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    House Swap over X-Mas/NY's - I'm in Bozeman/Big Sky; looking for NY or anywhere???

    Anyone want to ski Big Sky (or Bridger Bowl) over Christmas/New Year's? We have a 1,400 SF home 10 minutes west of downtown Bozeman/40 minutes to the base of Big Sky.

    It's a long shot, but the Better Half and I are looking to do a trip over the Holidays. Neither of us have been to NYC, so somewhere where we could base out of would be ideal. But we're open to almost anywhere. We're a little flexible on dates as we haven't booked flights. Thinking from Christmas to New Year's.

    Anyone interested? Whatcha got?
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    Any chance you'd be interested in 5 days in Leavenworth, WA in February? Come ski Mission Ridge with the powder alliance assuming you have a Bridger pass.

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    Posting here to vouch that the OP has cool neighbor's.


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    Winter is a good time to visit NYC. I mean, yeah it can be damp and cold and gray, but it should be a lot less smelly.
    Plus, it's mostly a place of indoor activities anyway.
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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    does yur house have safety features?

    id offer up mine
    but harry would probably be pissed if I didn't safely occupy his floor/couch space
    well that and MT December snowfall average cant be better than wasangles
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    Los Angeles over the holidays for a Bozeman long weekend to be named later?

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    House Swap over X-Mas/NY's - I'm in Bozeman/Big Sky; looking for NY or anywhere???

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    Posting here to vouch that the OP has cool neighbor's.
    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    but harry would probably be pissed if I didn't safely occupy his floor/couch space
    Posting to vouch that sfb is an excellent house guest. Has stayed several times. Welcome back at my place anytime.

    And sfb, the OP's next door neighbor is someone you have skied with.


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    Any interest in lake placid, ny? Iíll leave you our season passes. We got a hot tub and sauna. Short 4-1/2 hour commute to the city

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    Be more than willing to show u around philly and I am sure some nyc mags could do the same. In a week or so you could do nyc Phila and possibly Washington DC or Boston , shit ton to see especially history, could put u up for a nite or two for sure if u dont mind two little kids ( mummers parade on NEw years day in phila is unbelievable to see and party )
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    Wanna learn to surf in Santa Cruz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by t-the-east View Post
    Any interest in lake placid, ny? I’ll leave you our season passes. We got a hot tub and sauna. Short 4-1/2 hour commute to the city
    Will you be leaving the EZ-Pass?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Will you be leaving the EZ-Pass?
    Ha!


    Oh, just a PSA: The Metropolitan Museum of Art starts kicking people out at 5:15pm. Was just there. Couldn't believe it.
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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Ha!


    Oh, just a PSA: The Metropolitan Museum of Art starts kicking people out at 5:15pm. Was just there. Couldn't believe it.
    I went there once for the Art of the Motorcycle show. They wouldn't let me ride any of them. What a bunch of losers there.

    And don't get me started about the White on White show. That was the last straw.
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    MOMA is where it's at. Anyone in NYC area go check out Nathaniel Dorsky show starting later this month. Legend.

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    Last time I was at MoMA, Starry Night was out on loan.
    They had the nerve to charge full price admission without their (probably) most famous painting on the wall!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Aghast. The nerve. There is certainly nothing else other than their probably most overrated work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    I went there once for the Art of the Motorcycle show. They wouldn't let me ride any of them. What a bunch of losers there.

    And don't get me started about the White on White show. That was the last straw.
    If anyone is into fine modern furniture the boston mfa has maloof and nakashima chairs you can sit in.

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