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New Hampshire to require all out of state skiers to take a ski lesson

Granite1

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Beginning next year the state of New Hampshire will require all out of state skiers and snowboarders to take a lesson if they want to ski or snowboard in the state. They will need to pay for the lesson when purchasing a lift ticket and they will be given a lesson card for the rest of the season as proof they took a lesson. This is a good move by the State and will protect Granite Stater skiers and riders from out of control out of staters.

Happy April 1st.
 

Granite1

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newportland54

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So how much will the granite state pay an Instructor for helping every outta' stater get to that level of physical achievement that lawyers deem fit for the greener trails?:giggle: Have to laugh as the Granite State seems to enjoy becoming Big Brother of the ski police... Thought Control of the skiing masses while on the mountains eh'? :LOL:
 
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urungus

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So how much will the granite state pay an Instructor for helping every outta' stater get to that level of physical achievement that lawyers deem fit for the greener trails?:giggle: How about their mental ignorance.... Have to laugh as the Granite State seems to enjoy becoming Big Brother of the ski police...
LOL, Check the date of the original post
 

RH29

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Got it! ...but the funny/macabre aspect of it..is making the user pay for it. It's so NH..it wouldn't be out of the realm of possibility in lots of other conservative states either....y/n?
Well, @Granite1, you finally fooled someone.
 
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