SNOWBOARDERS & SKIERS...
Mammoth Trip - 제2탄
Let it snow... Let it snow... Let it snow...
저무는 2005년를 보내며 젊음이 넘치는 WINTER SPORTS를 맘껏 즐길 수 있는 MAMMOTH TRIP (제2탄)을 가고자 합니다. 최고급 RESORT CONDO에서 설원의 스릴과 편안함을 동시에 느낄 수 있는 2박 3일 여행입니다...
What : Mammoth Trip (2 nights & 3 days)
When : Fri, 12월 16일 ~ Sun, 12월 18일
Where : Mammoth Juniper Springs Resort Condo (situated at the best location in all of Mammoth - right next to Eagle Express Chair Lift & additional shower/bathroom/locker facilities also available on demand)
Fee : $140.00 per person (includes lodging & all meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner B-B-Q, snacks, & drinks) *Lift ticket is not included*
Deadline : 선착순 12명
Distance : Approximately 305 miles (4.5 hour drive) from Koreatown
Contact : Michael Lee (Cell: 626-808-3977 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
PS: For those of you who missed out on our Thanksgiving Mammoth Trip, whatever your situation is, do not miss this one...! From my recent experience, Juniper Springs Resort is a very clean & wonderful condo with all the amenities.
For those of you who are joining me for this 2nd trip of the season, here's the resort information & a few other reminders...
Juniper Springs Resort
Address: 4000 Meridian Blvd., Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Front Desk: 760.924.1102 / 800.MAMMOTH
Because Juniper Springs Resort is fairly new, both Yahoo Map & Mapquest were unable to locate the above address. So I'm providing an alternate address below for you to get close enough to the actual destination. When you reach Meridian Blvd., turn right & drive to the end of the road (about 1/2 mile). There you'll see Juniper Springs Resort sign. When you've arrived or unable to find the resort, please give me a ring.
Alternate address: 3231 Meridian Blvd, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Here are a few things you need to bring with you. If you're planning to rent the equipment, there's a rental shop at the Juniper Springs Resort. A reservation is required so please let me know in advance if you're planning to rent.
1. snowboard / ski set-up (eg. snowboard+binding+boots; if you don't own a set, you can also rent)
2. snow gloves / mittens
3. beanie / snow helmet
4. water-resistant or water-proof jacket & pants
5. long thick socks (may get wet so bring a few pairs)
6. snow goggles & sunglasses
7. butt-padding, knee-guard, & wrist-guard (if you're a beginner; you can find it at any sporting goods store)
8. sleeping bag / blanket
9. tooth brush, tooth paste, lip-moisturizer, sun-block lotion, charger for your cell phone, & swimsuit (if you plan to use the jacuzzi)
Any information regarding carpooling will be given via phone call. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Michael Lee: (626) 808-3977
PS: Ladies & gentlemen, please leave your worries & troubles behind and do expect to have lots of fun. May The Lord protect us all from harm throughout this 2nd trip... Oh... & pray for more snow...