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    Quote Originally Posted by abc View Post
    Some people who can’t even read.

    But that doesn’t stop the from writing...garbage.
    Just bitter that we are right. And live in town. And you slum it on the east coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBGM View Post
    Just bitter that we are right. And live in town. And you slum it on the east coast.
    Aren’t skier visits far greater in CO than Utah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edd View Post
    Aren’t skier visits far greater in CO than Utah?
    Yes. Lots more. And the snow is worse and less. And location sucks to airport. And the terrain is hit and miss. But it’s closer to Texas

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBGM View Post
    Yes. Lots more. And the snow is worse and less. And location sucks to airport. And the terrain is hit and miss. But it’s closer to Texas
    That makes me wonder how the Tahoe area compares to Utah visit-wise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Edd View Post
    That makes me wonder how the Tahoe area compares to Utah visit-wise.
    Probably equal to or greater than Utah. A lot more people in the Bay and Sacramento areas within driving distance than Utah has I would imagine. Plus the relatively quick flights up from LA/San Diego to Reno/Sacramento.

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    Tahoe is mostly a “local” ski area, for those living in San Francisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abc View Post
    Tahoe is mostly a “local” ski area, for those living in San Francisco.
    I would not say that, I have run into many from the North East when in Tahoe, including this June skiing at Squaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBGM View Post
    Just bitter that we are right. And live in town. And you slum it on the east coast.
    Ignorance sees no bounds.

    Slumming in the east coast give me quick overnight flights to skiing the Alps. Living in town give me quick and cheap access to JFK to ski in Japan at the drop of a hat!

    Broadway during the week, weekend day trip to Plattekill where there’s no lift line. That is, in between the trip to Japan and the trip to Big Sky. The abundant jobs easily finance those trips.

    I wonder who’s being bitter and feel the need to put down on others in order to quench your own doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machski View Post
    I would not say that, I have run into many from the North East when in Tahoe, including this June skiing at Squaw.
    I said “mostly”. Of course not entirely.

    Still, “California locals” far outnumbers visitors from other regions. More so than say Summit county Colorado, or Salt Lake City.

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