Monthly Archives: September 2009

This pretty much says it all

Why not right? Couple this with the video featured in the post below and we’re in business. Also worth noting, the movie Ski School is a must own.

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Great video of Breck and the Lake Chutes

Its pouring rain here in New England and as I search for interesting stuff to post its no surprise that I come back to exactly what it is I find my self missing the most on nights like tonight. This

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Fashion

The CFO gets out to enjoy some New England fall color while he still can.

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So Savage.

So, the other morning I ventured down to Marion to chance False Albacore with the legandary “Wild Hal,” and despite a light morning for us, this was what we saw coming in. I’m not totally sure what the F this

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The Seasons are Changing

Well, I think it is safe to say that we are all getting a little antsy for the upcoming season.  Annual equipment checks / surveys have begun, new purchases have been planned, and both co-founders have started growing mustaches for

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The stories fly over some good Scotch

This evening a few of Apres’s top dog’s enjoyed a few good laughs and some even better scotch. Unfortunately, our CFO is currently off site exploring everything fashion for the 2010 season, but reports he has some pretty shocking stuff

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Ski Flicks for 2009-2010

This is the last day of summer. Typing that is somewhat bittersweet – the summer of 2009 in New England was kind of the-summer-that-never-was. June was a rain out, July was cold and a touch rainy, August flew, and here

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Apres “Beer of the Week”

This is a new thread that will pop up from time to time, primarily to provide our readers with a new fresh idea for your next visit to a mountainside pouring establishment. This weeks winner… Dos Equis. The beer is

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New “S.B.O.T.W”

Check out this week’s snow bunny. Tremendous.

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Old Apres buddy, Greg “the Piano Man” Asadoorian checks in…

As many of you know Greg is an old buddy of ours. We met Greg a few seasons ago up at Killington and when searching for intersting content that really embodied what Apres stood for, we knew when we met

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