i didn't either...and free delivery...
Trix, I'm gobsmacked! I never knew that Staples sold such things.
thats just what i thought so hubby found it at (get ready for this) staples....who knew...lol
Trix, you can bet it would be nearer the 10 days than 4. Gone are the days when customers were considered important.
i was shocked to find out that having a walmart superstore doesn't mean crap...no a/c i wanted was in stock and shipping would take 4-10 days...
please....no snow...it will come soon enough...lol...the more i suffer the more i will appreciate the a/c...
Trix, I know there is snow on part of the Alps all year round and this isn't too far away. Without your a/c I bet a bit of snow in the garden would be welcome! LOL
WOW...they still have snow...or is it a dead cam...
44 BOXES?????????? I'm exhausted at the thought. And there's more to go??? Yikes!!
Slowly, MD! I've got 44 boxes done and about a million left to go!
Homely, that makes good sense. No point paying out running costs if the income doesn't cover it. I've noticed several ski cams where you can see the grass but maybe they'll be used for other things during the summer.
How's the packing going?
MD, I used to be a ski instructor, believe it or not. When we had an extended season of skiable weather, the mountains often would open on weekends only, or just in the evenings in the case of those that did night skiing, as the number of folks who were willing to come out and ski after we got to April was not sufficient to pay for the cost of keeping the place open on a weekday. I'm hoping that's the case here, as they really do have a lot of lovely snow left. Or maybe we are just looking at it at the end of their ski day.I've always thought that one of the most pitiful sights was a ski slope abandoned for the spring, just turning gray and brown and melting away by itself.
Looks like it's closed, which is a shame, given the amount of snow that's still there.
Now this really IS cool. And pretty.
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