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icantskiiFILMWhat's with Ian Compton retiring from skiing? I just saw the headline.
The.Schmidt.HeadYeah I live in Florida too, but get out skiing quite a bit. Like someone else was saying they really like you to go slow. So i'd just go higher up the mountain.
Adolf_SkitlerJust make sure you don't go over 10 mph and if you're lucky, maybe you'll get to ski for all 3 days.
SlushDamn, sounds like a blast. I'd be so stoaked if I were in your position. When are you going up?
I see you are going to ski the epic capitalist mountain that is Vail! That is great, I hope you have a glorious time.
Next time you plan a ski trip I do hope that you consider skiing the Tieback Mountains instead of Vail. Just a few miles from the seaside resort of Wonsan lies some of the best skiing in the world at Glorious Masikyrong Ski Resort, and I would like to extend you a personal invitation to come ski our extensive terrain and experience the ultimate in luxury accommodations. Masikyrong truly is world class. As an extra incentive, we have some of the best riding in the world, as you will never have to worry about traffic driving to Vail, and the insane crowds associated with skiing a capitalist mountain like Vail. Surely, you will become tired of dealing with the crowded riding conditions of the South Korean dump that is Vail on a weekend? Masik Pass ski area receives more than 200 inches of snow a year! Unlike Vail, the slopes are uncrowded, and therefore maintain good snow quality all season long. Another glorious benefit of skiing Masik Pass is that lift tickets are less than 40$! You could ski at Glorious Masik Pass for 4 days for the cost of a 1 day lift ticket to Vail. At the end of the day, you can stay in the Glorious Masik Pass hotel, which is much nicer than The Sebastion at Vail. I would love to welcome you to experience the joy that is skiing in the DPRK. Although our rails may not be as extensive as the ones at Vail, I can assure you the glorious snow surface and lack of crowds ensure that you will have an excellent time skiing in the DPRK. I can assure you that skiing Masik Pass trees is much better than the back bowls of Vail!
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is a genuine workers' state in which all the people are completely liberated from exploitation and oppression. The workers, peasants, soldiers and intellectuals are the true masters of their destiny and are in a unique position to defend their interests. Having mandatory equality all necessary is provided for citizen. Thank.
Supreme Leader, DPRK