TO SKI, OR NOT TO SKI? WHAT IS YOUR ANSWER? YES/NO? WHY/WHY NOT? xoxo.
DO YOU SKI? YES/NO? i myself do not ski. i’m too afraid of breaking a bone or getting injured in some way. it’s something i need to work on. do you ski? why/why not? xoxo.
I LOVE :heart:, LOVE :heart:, LOVE :heart:, TO SKI! Oh just love the hot toddy’s, the snow, the fresh air, the beautiful mountains, the little boutiques/shops, the ski-lifts, all the lodges. Wow, I feel at this moment that I’m there. What a visual! :womansurprised: I have been to Vail, Colordo twice and Breckinridge also. I mainly LOVE Vail the most. Sometimes you will spot a celebrity there. The ski lanes on the mountain are so wide. Where as Breckinridge seemed narrow. Although, still a very nice place. One of my visits at Vail I was at the top of the mountain getting ready to ski down and well and behold I complaining as my friends skied away from me …leaving me alone. Well I was saying a few choice words and screaming at them for that. Anyhoo, there was this man even with me about 10-15 feet away smiling and laughing at my crazy behind, when I looked up at him (he was placing his goggles onto his face) it was Robert Redford. I freaked out, he skied off and I was never the same…LOL :womanlol:
I’ve been skiing since I was 6 years old. It’s great exercise, fabulous scenery and I love the fresh air. Sitting in the lodge by the fire with a hot toddy isn’t bad either!
Ski lodge -Yes. Skiing – no thank you.
I went on one ski trip in college. I’m glad I got to experience it, but I’ve never had the desire to go again.
Now I’ve never gone water skiing, and that looks like a whole lot of fun. BB — will you drive the boat while I ski??
I’ve done it a few times. But my entire family lives in Colorado! They go to Aspen to ski.
It’s really fun:heart: I sit out many times drinking coffee:womanlol: Some in the family are
very good. Nah, I am not going to do what they do. I love my …….too much!!! I mean my head:catlol:
No, I do not ski. Even when I was young and athletic, I found nothing particularly compelling about going up a hill and gliding down again… boring.
It depends on your age and your physical abilities. I wouldn’t start skiing at any age over 50, for example, unless I was in exceptional physical shape and had a lot of stamina. I’ve seen people in their 80’s on the slopes too, but I imagine most of them have been skiing for years. There are all levels of difficulty so, while you can break bones on any slope, you can keep to those beginning level slopes and lower your chances of injury.
No, I do not ski, however I have gone on many sking trips to socialize and meet guys. If this is something on your ‘to do’ list take the plunge and go you can take lessons you will have fun lol.
Josephinea- I water ski –LOVE IT—HURRY UP SUMMER:smileyvery-happy:
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02.04.15 8:37 AM