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Discussion in 'Perisher' started by Peter Piotr Pumpkin Eater, Oct 1, 2018.
I prefer it thawed tbh.
Thems fighting words!
They were ex rentals. Purchased already can not be refunded. Just wondering if a base grind will solve it or is it air pockets from overheat ski with iron?
Take to ski tech such as Adi at Perisher, very possible will grind out but suspect it would be an all care no responsibility job.
Or leave as is and you have your June & late season rock hoppers.
Disgraceful indeed! The People’s Front of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch Have their eye on this Charlie character...
You should read the Thursday Next books by Jasper Fforde.
It's delaminated under stress allowing water ingress
I like the idea of an independant Socialst Republic of Wales!
Would that be in or out of the EU?
Cheese smuggling from Wales to England is big.
The books are a wild ride. I get about one offbeat literary or historical reference a page, but I am sure that there are heaps that I miss.
IN, but with our own currency that nobody else can pronounce and passports that nobody else can read.
To be fair Wales has some great cheeses. I can see why there would be smugglers.
Would the currency use base 10 or sone other base like 7?
Did you type or copy and oaste Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch?
One of my significant and important talents is that I can spell Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch
I could try and bluff the answer but I'm lost on that. It would most likely be a coal and cheese based currency given then apparent lust for welsh cheeses.
Copy. I don't know anyone who actually says the name. It's Llanfair PG back home.
(Not to dis your significant and important talent)
I can say it too, but I’m nowhere near as eloquent as the locals
As a connoisseur of carrot cake, there's none better than that served at Tracies IMO.
Not frozen. Not bought in.
Having owned a couple of restaurants I'd say the cash component is often the difference between surviving and not
The armchair experts will say if you can't pay rent wages compliance costs you shouldnt be in business but by God hospitality is near impossible in Australia
Just shows how limited your experience is
I must therefore temove your right to the claim connoisseur
A friend posted on FB yesterday, with drone photos, that Wales was spotted 2.3klm off the far south Australian coast!*
*I think it was a typo, there were whales in the photo, not what I expected.
And the lumberjack and the orange blueberry and the lemon curd and the .... well everything
Royal visit not for a week or so...
Maybe Wales had an earthquake and snapped off England
But not "paste", apparently.
Cut and waste?
Spoken like a true rabbi
Can confirm Tracie’s lumberjack cake is still good. No carrot cake today.
How old are the skis???
The bumps you feel is the edge material. It does not matter if you can see the tangs under the base but feeling them is not right. Now heigh do the bumps feel are you talking .1mm or +1 mm.
Well it’s not Welsh nor Wetsh.
I’m thinking about sharpening my fat finger stubs into more precise points
Raquel says Hi!
I’m glad to see a thread about the merits of frozen carrot cake and the good people Mountain Eyre has taken a turn for the better in people looking at the finer details of Cymraeg.
As it should be
Unfortunately the finer points are missing from the photo just above your post.
Would say less than 1mm.. Not much but can see them and feel them ever so slightly as raised bumps in the base as you described as tangs.
These are VOLKL Kendo.. 2018. Im sure.I can use a metal scraper and make the bumps go away and sand over the area / steel brush to add some structure. But just wondering wtf caused this lol
The burgers are better a Eyre
So does Bob
Decided to treat myself to carrot cake at Eyre today. Was surprised to find it was $5 a piece. Seem to recall that it had always been $3.60. Didn't ask but am guessing it's a covid safety thing i.e. not having to make change or take change from possibly infected punters. I noted too that some other prices had been rounded up to the full amount of the next denomination of note e.g. Big Eyre burger up from $9 to $10. Having said that, cake was as good as ever and at $10 the Big Eyre is still great value for a really good burger.
While the resort is still open and you'all are still skiing there, can someone please ask Steve what his opening plans are over the summer. I forgot when I was there the other day and I doubt I will get down for another ski this season. My default guess is re-opening on Boxing Day, every day except Wednesdays (golf) BUT 2020 has been such a shocker I can well imagine he might do something different this summer... Thanks.
So how did the Carrot Cake go not in the snow ? My experience of things in the high alpine , particularly when bushwalking xc skiing and camping is that it enhances the taste of food exponentially when youre cold and hungry . When doing the Alpine Track years ago , i had a small bladder of port brought up on one of the food drops.. Nectar of the gods sitting up above Cleve Cole hut on Bogong.. Had a taste of it when back in Melbourne.... mmm catspiss.
Carrot cake is pretty darn good, coffee nice and the view...
I liked it so much went back the next day
Alpine Eyre has a popular business there, last weekend the wait for burgers was around 30 minutes both days.
But what a place to have to wait!