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  1. #1
    skijacski
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    Well Richi has done it again,

    The season is still continuing.

    http://www.ciau.com.au/snow/rrr.asp

    enjoy

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    I'd risk it!!

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    Looks absolutely fantastic!

    If only I:

    1) Was there
    2) Hiked
    England, proud holder of the Ashes since August 22nd 2009

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    if you were there, you'd hike!! I would (and my legs aren't long...)

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    Mine are long, just not very willing!
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    fine, lets stay home and swap steak recipes instead [img]tongue.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by Legolas:
    fine, lets stay home and swap steak recipes instead [img]tongue.gif[/img]
    Sounds good.
    You can't tell which way the train went by looking at the tracks.

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    3) Cooked [img]tongue.gif[/img]
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    Originally posted by Dr D:
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    fine, lets stay home and swap steak recipes instead [img]tongue.gif[/img]
    Sounds good. </font>[/QUOTE][img]graemlins/big_laugh.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/big_laugh.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/big_laugh.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by IAB:
    Mine are long, just not very willing!
    What if there was a pint or three of your favourite amber ale sitting perched on top of the highest snowiest hill, free if only you were willing to put long legs to use!

    Then you'd get to ski back down in fresh snow and have a few drinks at the same time!

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    careful IAB, that sounds like BH is trying to convert you to BC for a beer and BC partner

    Wish we could get down there this weekend, but I'm sure we will for some late spring touring [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by BlueHue:
    What if there was a pint or three of your favourite amber ale sitting perched on top of the highest snowiest hill, free if only you were willing to put long legs to use! Then you'd get to ski back down in fresh snow and have a few drinks at the same time! [/QB][/QUOTE]

    Will you carry our beer and the 4 burner bbq up
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    Vet, do it like some of the local Thredbo crew do and have a bbq, food, wine and beer or set to go at the bottom after you've done your runs.

    More than once I've skied down to DHG to find a whole bunch of people in ski gear living it up with a bbq in the snow

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    skijacski
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    Yep, champers, beer, yummy food - all good.

    BBq is just another touch, but too many people turn up!

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    We've got as far as talking about burying some beer in the snow at DHG so we've got a nice cold one ready to go after earning some turns but always forget to buy the beer.

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    What was richard talking about poaching?

    Is Thredbo out of bounds once the season ends?
    grass skiing anyone?

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    thredbo's lease is different to perisher, once the season is over the lift only runs to service people heading out of the resort area to ski, hikers who can go anywhere and bikers who can go in the resort only.

    if people are skiing there needs to be an instructor and a patroller on duty or something otherwise they are contravening their lease agreement. therefore - no skiing once the season has closed inside the resort boundary, it was posted in another thread or 2 recently

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    That seems crazy to me, but I'm sure they haggled over it for ages at the time.
    grass skiing anyone?

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