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Old 11-10-2009, 03:03 PM
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I am new to forums. Looking for info on day trips from Denver (bus) to ski mountains (over Thanksgiving holiday in particular)

e-mail direct at jefferson.rowland@comcast.net

I will return for info if I can find my way back. Not a moron, for those tempted, jsut getting connected - so to speak. Thanks for your time and patience.

Last edited by Jefferson Rowland; 11-10-2009 at 03:56 PM.. Reason: Learning - mistake
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Old 11-10-2009, 08:37 PM
Location: Colorado Springs
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Perhaps I am being a downer here but the purpose of such forums is not to email other people with topics like this but to encourage conversation, new ideas for your personal situation that perhaps someone else hadn't thought of before.

Use your bookmarks for things like message boards you'd like to come back to and see.

This is a great topic but maybe keeping it on the boards is the best idea so everyone can learn a bit of something.
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Old 11-11-2009, 08:34 AM
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Question Seeking info from locals..

Sooo... seeking info from locals is not forum context. OK. Maybe I should approach it like this...

I get the feeling that a day trip from Denver to the ski areas on a bus with other skiers might be lots more fun and cheaper than driving alone and then driving back very tired from skiing. Are there others who would agree with this and share their experience, including what bus service they would recommend for such endeavors? Was the price worth the hassle? Am I more likely to get H1N1 on a bus, so forget it? Your thoughts and feelings are appreciated. Or is it better just to seek others who can share driving and cost using another venue? Or just search the internet on my own and try to see through the hyped advertising?

Or am I trying to make soup with rocks here?
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