Vermont Travel Club Card 2014-2015

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Vermont Travel Club Card 2014-2015

http://www.vermonttravelclub.com/

$49 regularly, but save $10 for the rest of today with the code 1031treat

Deals vary, but one day at $towe just about pays for the whole thing.
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Re: Vermont Travel Club Card 2014-2015

thanks for the heads-up. what a great deal.
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Re: Vermont Travel Club Card 2014-2015

Thanks, we are buying 3 right now for my entire family and are going to Stowe for President's day and going to Okemo to hit another new mountain.
I've lived in New York my entire life.
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There ya go. Now scrap Okemo and hit Smuggs and you're really onto something.
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ml242 wrote
There ya go. Now scrap Okemo and hit Smuggs and you're really onto something.
Stowe should be awesome if I can go.  Smuggler's Notch, not so much.  Why should I patronize a mountain with a sub-par lift system when Stowe, Okemo, Stratton, and Mount Snow have a great lift system.  If it is between sitting on an old cramped double chair for 20+ minutes, or riding a newer, faster, and more comfortable detachable, I will go to the place with the high speed lift each and every time.

I may end up at Okemo for President's day anyway because going to Stowe requires 3 nights in a hotel (or loosing a good portion of the second day) because it is 5 and a half hours away, Okemo is less than 4 hours away.  Stowe is still the first choice though.
I've lived in New York my entire life.
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hmm i forget why Smugglers Notch is so awesome, you convinced me.
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snoloco wrote
ml242 wrote
There ya go. Now scrap Okemo and hit Smuggs and you're really onto something.
 If it is between sitting on an old cramped double chair for 20+ minutes, or riding a newer, faster, and more comfortable detachable, I will go to the place with the high speed lift each and every time.
Except it is presidents weekend at Okemo... your going to spend more time standing in line then skiing anyway.  Go further north where less flat landers go.  
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So how crowded is Stowe on a busy weekend?
I've lived in New York my entire life.
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hmm i forget why Smugglers Notch is so awesome, you convinced me.
Boom

Smuggs is cool. Obviously it's not for everyone but it sure is for me.
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snoloco wrote
Smuggler's Notch, not so much.  Why should I patronize a mountain with a sub-par lift system when Stowe, Okemo, Stratton, and Mount Snow have a great lift system.  If it is between sitting on an old cramped double chair for 20+ minutes, or riding a newer, faster, and more comfortable detachable, I will go to the place with the high speed lift each and every time.
This is just insane.  You could tear out all the lifts at Smuggler's Notch and it would still be 100 times better than Okemo, Stratton or Mount Snow.  This is not something that anyone who knows anything about anything would ever question. Who fucking cares about chairlifts?  This kid is so fucking weird.  Everything he posts is completely wrong.  Everything.

Heard this on the Writer's Almanac on the way in this morning.  Seems apropos:

"Queenan's advice to aspiring writers is, "Don't write until you're 25. Don't write for the high school yearbook. Don't write for the college literary magazine. Don't write that stuff — you never had any experiences, you don't know anything, just shut up.""

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