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  Topic Started By:  paulriggers    On:  Thu 22nd September, 2005 at 09:48
sbh
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 70
France
#17  Re: coldest winter  23 Sep '05 at 09:07
Just as the random drunk lifty in the corner of the bar and you'll probably get the most accurate forecast for next few days.

Or look out of the window, that works quite well too - not that the punters are able to do that.
Enjoy and laters.
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Kenzie
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 3,051
God's own county/Tignes/South America/North America/Australasia/Asia/Africa
#18  Re: coldest winter  23 Sep '05 at 09:28

Originally posted by sbh

Just as the random drunk lifty in the corner of the bar and you'll probably get the most accurate forecast for next few days.

Or look out of the window[/b:bd98f029b8], that works quite well too - [b:bd98f029b8]not that the punters are able to do that.

Due to chalet staff not cleaning them?
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baglady
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 97
#19  Re: coldest winter  25 Sep '05 at 19:44
According to one particular drunken lifty it depends on how bushey the squirrels tail are in Nov just before they hibernate as to how cold the winter will be!!!! Ok to be fair he had had a LOT of Ricard by this point!!
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Amazon
Member Since: 2005
Posts: 292
Southampton..again.
#20  Re: coldest winter  25 Sep '05 at 19:48

Originally posted by Dinosaur

Was certainly my coldest ever winter here.

Best skiing of the season in Alpe d'Huez/2Alpes in theor last week of opening. Worst skiing of the season, Serre Chevalier from end January until the resort closed!

Did you think that 2 Aples was good? I was there last 2 weeks of Feb and found it poor to say the best....Infact I only went out twice in 2 weeks!
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billy_wiz
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 356
West Country, Somerset.
#22  Re: coldest winter  26 Sep '05 at 14:45
who had a winter in austria last year i heard through the grape vine that austria had a fantastic winter for snow and weather.
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moj
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 3,698
#23  Re: coldest winter  26 Sep '05 at 16:33

Originally posted by waitingforwinter

and when you're a rep on a coach it is always going to snow "later in the week"

Results in angry chalet hosts "later in the week"

Originally posted by toiletduck

Alright, I'd like to say that all eople with 3 letter forum names beginning with M, who've been heli skiing in NZ are twats with the social skills of a dead horse and should probably be banned from the internet in general, as well as sharp objects.
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moj
Member Since: 2004
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#24  Re: coldest winter  26 Sep '05 at 16:34

Originally posted by baglady

According to one particular drunken lifty it depends on how bushey the squirrels tail are in Nov just before they hibernate as to how cold the winter will be!!!! Ok to be fair he had had a LOT of Ricard by this point!!

Must have had alot... squirrels don't hibernate (one of the little buggers nearly got run down jumping my skis)

Originally posted by toiletduck

Alright, I'd like to say that all eople with 3 letter forum names beginning with M, who've been heli skiing in NZ are twats with the social skills of a dead horse and should probably be banned from the internet in general, as well as sharp objects.
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