Oh, great, your article gives me useful information and a fresh perspective on the subject.
Not many people here today.
It's sorta a strange place to have put a ski hill because there's a shopping area on one side, a golf coarse on the other side and it's located in a neighborhood.
Sounds fair enough to me NQ. :)
I tweak the name a little, I just can't see this being called a resort when it's only one hill & a lounge.
This actually isn't a resort. My sister lives a few blocks away from here and she said it's a man made hill that's behind the Kolh's and Shopko stores.
There is a members only lounge type building there besides the one skiing hill but it's sorta hard to call a hill and lounge a resort.
The video that they have on their website of the snow boarding wasn't taken at this ski hill because Sussex which is a suburb of Milwaukee doesn't have hills, it's pretty flat land which is why they had to make this hill for skiing.
Lol that's ok babygirl.
Hi Carol... I would have green thumbed but someone beat me to it. :)
Green thumb please.
Agreed, MD. Can you imagine just what electricity for the lifts would be? Not to mention the cost of insurance!
Interesting link. I see that some people have been taking the wrong skis home. I imagine the fees would be exorbitant.
Forgot the link for you: http://www.ausblick.org
Apparently, this is a private ski hill. Fascinating! I can't imagine what the fees must be to keep it running.
I've no idea but I like it!
How many frames per second do you recond this camera takes? I think it'll be fairly high compared to most cameras (some I've seen on her may only take a frame every 2 seconds which is pretty poor if you ask me).
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