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How to ski now

Postby GHagen » Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:27 pm

Vividly imagined events often times can be very close to reality. A pilot captured during the Vietnam war, sustained his desire for golf by vivid imagination. When he got out of the Hanoi Hilton , he golfed scratch. Sometimes when we ski many many


times day-today, we do not adequately reflect on what we are doing because it’s easy, we are doing it. When you wake up in the night and you don’t have to get up particularly early because your business has been closed down, vividly relive the sensations of skiing. I can’t promise you when the next day will be on snow but you can golf scratch you can ski scratch don’t give up the hope
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Re: How to ski now

Postby GHagen » Fri Jun 12, 2020 5:41 pm

I had two days on Abasin's re-opening. The management and team at Abasin showed what the love of skiing was all about. Masked Zombies with no ability to show facial expression to each other. Sticky spring snow that was hard to look pretty on. And yet, as I love to say----BEST DAY EVER---SO FAR
KINDLE THE SPIRIT FOR TURNS TO COME. What will be will be. Expect the best
and deal with the rest
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