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About Me: Alpine Skier, Hiker and Explorer

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  • Forum Post: The Show, Nov 10-13

    Posted 11/10/2011 12:15:34 EST

    What's going on with the show, from a Globe perspective?  I'll be there most of the day getting around to all the hills for my club and myself.    Which Olympians will be there.  I know for sure Tommy more »

  • Forum Post: No trick-or-treat tonight?

    Posted 10/31/2011 08:22:46 EDT

    This is too funny.  I was listening to WBZ on a battery-powered radio this morning for school closings.  While they read the list now and then, they kept saying we could go to the web site for the com more »

  • Forum Post: Longest cruisers?

    Posted 02/11/2011 09:09:12 EST

    Antelope, Mad River Glen more »

  • Forum Post: Why do you live in the Boston area?

    Posted 01/22/2011 06:01:55 EST

    For easy access to mountains, snow and good skiing!  I love winters and big snowfalls.  In fact, I love all seasons and outdoors activities including sailing, hiking, skiing.  Weather is not something more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite stores for used goods in greater Boston

    Posted 08/05/2010 11:22:21 EDT

    That's it?  Music, Clothes and Books witha very minor smattering of other goods.  What happens to the rest of our materialistic society?  How about building supplies?  Furniture?  Office goods?(hey Go more »

  • Forum Post: New England's best ice cream?

    Posted 05/25/2010 01:50:03 EDT

    This list is way too metro-centric.  Bensons in Boxford indeed.  More homemade than anywhere. Go in August for a few weeks for the Peach ice cream, made from scratch with fresh local peaches. and don' more »

  • Forum Post: Off-site Parking Logan

    Posted 04/01/2010 10:05:37 EDT

    Park Shuttle and Fly
    or
    Preflight Parking

    have used them both dozens of times over many years.
    more »

  • Forum Post: Travel?

    Posted 04/01/2010 10:04:01 EDT

  • Forum Post: Have tips on organizing large family trips?

    Posted 04/01/2010 09:59:26 EDT

    don't do it.

    you can see from the plethora of responses it is suicidal.
    more »

  • Forum Post: First visit to Boston

    Posted 04/01/2010 09:57:44 EDT

    In Response to First visit to Boston: I would also like to know what the best (and cheapest) mode of transport for getting from the Airport to our hotel. "Best" and "cheapest" cannot appear in the sam more »

  • Forum Post: Stay close to home

    Posted 04/01/2010 09:53:03 EDT

    Indeed, stranded at the Cape is so scary it justifies a call to 911.Surprised
    Feel free to stay home while I travel this big, beautiful, uncrowded world.  Cool more »

  • Forum Post: Dottie & Toto had it right...

    Posted 04/01/2010 09:50:18 EDT

    When your great life is near end, what shall be on your list of accomplishements and adventures?
    Undecided
    more »

  • Forum Post: Don't go to Boston

    Posted 04/01/2010 09:48:29 EDT

    nadf00 is simply attempting to keep it all to him/herself.  Undecided more »

  • Forum Post: What's on your winter lifelist?

    Posted 01/15/2010 11:06:30 EST

    BOBSLED On the Lake Placid Olympic course @ Mt. Van Hovenberg.

    You will have a story to last a lifetime!

      more »

  • Forum Post: Thunderbolt Trail @ Mt. Greylock 75th Anniversary Race - Feb 20, 2010 BE THERE!

    Posted 01/14/2010 08:47:38 EST

    While it's too late to signup to compete, you should seriously think about showing on to root on the field of 120 skiers, boarders and telemarkers.  You'll be participating in making history.  Thunder more »

  • Forum Post: Bretton Woods Ski Resort at Omni Mount Washington Resort

    Posted 11/24/2009 03:05:11 EST

    At this point, don't expect any snow for Thanksgiving.  In fact, it's pretty much brown all over.  It's going to be pretty quiet. We stayed in the slopeside condos with three little ones for a couple more »

  • Forum Post: What's on your winter lifelist?

    Posted 11/24/2009 02:49:56 EST

    "Stowe’s famous Front Four — National, Starr, and Goat " er, uh, I think the front four is 4 trails. For me?  Front 4 is history.  I've hit all the big NEngland resorts - count is now at 55, but have more »

  • Forum Post: Favorite things about Boston in winter?

    Posted 03/02/2009 05:59:32 EST

    I love Snow shoveling skiing sledding ice skating hockey snow shoe-ing back country skiing toboggans ice sculpting snow sculpting ice fishing snow tubing sleepless nights waiting for the next day's sn more »

  • Forum Post: Favorite things about Boston in winter?

    Posted 03/02/2009 05:58:24 EST

    I love Snow shoveling skiing sledding ice skating hockey snow shoe-ing back country skiing toboggans ice sculpting snow sculpting ice fishing snow tubing sleepless nights waiting for the next day's sn more »

  • Forum Post: Have we become 'weather wimps'?

    Posted 12/21/2008 01:32:39 EST

    Learn to enjoy ALL four seasons! I moved here for easy access to the snow and mountains.

    Get outside, learn to live and play in it. It's not scary beast!

    Bring it on! more »

  • Forum Post: Are new parking fines fair?

    Posted 07/01/2008 09:02:53 EDT

    [Quote]These fines are incredibly petty. Where does this end. If we had politicians that knew how to budget and spend money than we would not be constantly in this situation.[/Quote] Fines have nothin more »

  • Forum Post: Are new parking fines fair?

    Posted 07/01/2008 07:34:02 EDT

    Jaywalking is still a deal at $5 an infraction!
    more »

  • Forum Post: Toledo, OH - Bingo Tour

    Posted 04/01/2008 10:31:24 EDT

    6-day Bingo Tour: Monday: St George Bulgarian Orthodox, dinner: Burger King Tuesday: St Clements Catholic Church, dinner: McDonalds Wednesday: Toledo Celtics Soccer Club, dinner: Spagetti Warehouse Th more »

  • Forum Post: What's with the Finger Pointing

    Posted 01/10/2008 03:35:03 EST

    heynow98 has a lot of potential a real diplomat and peacemaker. Think I'll ask him to go speak with Idi Amin and Vladimir Putin...
    more »

  • Forum Post: What's with the Finger Pointing

    Posted 01/09/2008 03:33:39 EST

    What's with all this fingerpointing campaigning by candidates? Every day it's a new picture of Hillary, Mitt, others pointing at someone. Are they trying to suggest they are listening to you? Notice t more »

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