FourSquare04 said:Sounds like this weekend just gone was a lot quieter in Jindy and on the hills than the previous 2. The weekend before when I was there was pretty mental, the busiest I have ever seen Jindy & Perisher.
I didn't envy the people whose job it was to put the signs up on the chair towers - having to climb up the ladder on the other side of the tower (hanging onto the Freedom Pass sign with one hand) and although tied on with a safety lead it still must have been tricky to reach around pull out the old sign and slot the new ones in. It did add interest to the ride up watching them.skidown said:Moar advertising at the end of the day on the Pleasant Valley quad
Looks like he's had his beer and finished his lunch so is taking a nanna nap, so at a guess it would be oh good they're getting ready to head back out so I can nod offODNT said:...Id like to know what the older dude is thinking sitting on the left.
Indeed CBRCBR said:...In the arvo we headed over to Blue Cow and flailed around there until it was just too unpleasant to hang around...
No car eithermx_boarder said:
CBR said:Hah. Like I said - newbyI do admit that said horrid cold (possibly flu) didn't really hit until yesterday - and I can't at the moment tell the difference between flu aches and ski aches
BobGnarly said:I know I was shocked to be honest. Usually everyone is just stoked to be out there and happy to see others around. I kinda felt like I was in aspen and not wearing the cool gear
featherplucker said:Sounds like me on the weekend. GFot a nasty cold on the friday, but sucked it up and chewed on some pseudoephedrine and made it through the weekend. Was skiing around with a tube of paw paw for the nose and a box of tissues in the backpack, blowing my nose after every run. Paying for it now I think.
agentBM said:Feather...yeah not top market but plenty good. Bloke who owns it is on site all the time. Straight across the carpark. Plenty of good laughs there. I got some free rooms...owner is a mate.
steeps.....thanks for the ticket advice.