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Old 10-20-2021, 09:14 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by montcalm View Post
Lifts were a terrible idea anyway... Get back to the roots!
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Originally Posted by montcalm View Post
By the time you invest in a proper pair of skis you're gonna be out more than you would pay for a season pass, rentals and lessons at most hills in NY.
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Originally Posted by stripperguy View Post
Whoa there…
He never said it was free, just the cost for that skiing was $0. We all know you have to have some equipment.
There's no right or wrong answer, just various ways to look at the same things. I've looked at it from a number of different angles and I know what I prefer but to some it may seem a waste of time.
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