It was in the sewerage down here last season. We still kept skiing.Not going to help anyone that was there this weekend. If it turns up in the sewage without any mitigation from Vail I'll see you all late July because none of us will be skiing.
So we have around a dozen cases in a population of 5,500,000 in Sydney and it is certain to head on a ski holiday? More chance getting it in a lodge or the shops than on the hill but I am sure masks/face covering will be introduced in due course.Not going to help anyone that was there this weekend. If it turns up in the sewage without any mitigation from Vail I'll see you all late July because none of us will be skiing.
The absolute stupidity at present is the lack of Recognition for the vaccinationI am fully vaxed but still wary to a degree. I go into the Perisher Centre only early morning before the lifts startup and by choice continue to wear a mask. Distancing is now impossible though.
Seems pretty clear thereI'm not quite sure what you were trying to say? but I like your pictures.
Also clearIf you’re eligible, get vaccinated, so we can continue to do the things we love, like skiing Perisher, taking photos of Perisher or racking up vertical metres… I think
As a fellow Queenslander to @Roymond I'm watching the latest outbreak with trepidation. Hopefully your Gladys will get it under control. Trip booked 11 July so also need to do a snow dance.Anna will let you out ... But will she let you back in again? Fingers crossed for your trip this year
Love this pic out the back of Heidi's. Taught my 2 boys ( 9 and 10 at the time) to ski on this little slope about 10 years ago. Spent a few hours on their first ever day, just dragging them up the slope with a ski pole, and letting them get the basics of sliding, turning and stopping - away from the madness of the ski schools on the magic carpet just across the carpark. Next day, they were ready for the triple chair. The day after that it, it was Mt P and Blue Cow/Zalis. They haven't looked back since. Great times!!It's just that sort of day .. I skied well yesterday , on the leaderboard I was 4673 and closed out at 883 ... big day , not really .. jigsaw and coffee , legs are ok , right leg had the usual IBS which is over today after voltaren .. it's not snow at Smiggs , lady snow around midnight down here
Will venture out later .
So what do you reckon - too crowded for a day trip tomorrow to be worth it? The cameras strategically don’t give any idea of the lift queue or carpark busyness so I’m pretty reliant on on-the-ground observations.Of which, looks busyish already
I left at 11 to head back to Newcastle. Perisher carpark was full, maybe 150 metres of cars parked alongside the road past Tube Town.So what do you reckon - too crowded for a day trip tomorrow to be worth it? The cameras strategically don’t give any idea of the lift queue or carpark busyness so I’m pretty reliant on on-the-ground observations.
The Gunama Lodge cam shows Smiggins carpark as being quiet so if I drive down I’d likely park there, test out the rebooted food place at J-bar Land then bus up to Perisher.
Summit & Terminal at 11:20 this morning.
V8 was out of action for about 30min this morning but Crowds not too bad so far. Did a number of laps of the Quad and Liechardt this morning, probably less than a minute wait most times.
Nah... this is many factors worse than years past.I haven't posted for a while, but watching eagerly as heading to Perisher for the first time in a long time. Re the Car Park being full on weekends, this is defiantly nothing new, I worked in Jindy from 1994 to 99 and also was in that vicinity early 2000s and hardly ever went up on weekends as was always too busy. If I did, I would always drive to Guthega, but even then it was busy. Or we went up mid arvo after work to get parks from people who had left. and there were cars parked on the road from Perisher to Smiggins and further down!! I think we just forget?