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Old November 28th 10, 05:06 AM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
Walt
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Default Cut your toenails

The season is about to begin, so remember to cut your toenails before
the first day of skiing. If you have boots that fit, long toenails will
be a real problem if you don't cut them. OTOH, if you can ski with
uncut toenails without a problem, you need better fitting boots.

This is a public service announcement from the friendly folks at RSA.


//Walt
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Old November 28th 10, 03:28 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
VtSkier
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Default Cut your toenails

On 11/28/2010 12:06 AM, Walt wrote:
The season is about to begin, so remember to cut your toenails before
the first day of skiing. If you have boots that fit, long toenails will
be a real problem if you don't cut them. OTOH, if you can ski with
uncut toenails without a problem, you need better fitting boots.

This is a public service announcement from the friendly folks at RSA.


//Walt


uhm, sounds like there may be a back story
to this ???
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Old November 28th 10, 04:56 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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Default Cut your toenails

On Nov 27, 9:06*pm, Walt wrote:
The season is about to begin, so remember to cut your toenails before
the first day of skiing. *If you have boots that fit, long toenails will
be a real problem if you don't cut them. *OTOH, if you can ski with
uncut toenails without a problem, you need better fitting boots.

This is a public service announcement from the friendly folks at RSA.

//Walt


Holy ****. Talk about being desperate for skiing content.
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Old November 28th 10, 05:12 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
Richard Henry
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Default Cut your toenails

On Nov 27, 9:06*pm, Walt wrote:
The season is about to begin, so remember to cut your toenails before
the first day of skiing. *If you have boots that fit, long toenails will
be a real problem if you don't cut them. *OTOH, if you can ski with
uncut toenails without a problem, you need better fitting boots.

This is a public service announcement from the friendly folks at RSA.

//Walt


My second toes are longer than my big toes so they take the brunt of
abuse in every shoe/boot wear. After 6 decades, both toes have built
up large calluses _under_ the nails, so I have to cut them halfway
back just to get a clean trim.

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Old November 28th 10, 10:22 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
Walt
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Default Cut your toenails

On 11/28/2010 10:28 AM, VtSkier wrote:
On 11/28/2010 12:06 AM, Walt wrote:
The season is about to begin, so remember to cut your toenails before
the first day of skiing. If you have boots that fit, long toenails will
be a real problem if you don't cut them. OTOH, if you can ski with
uncut toenails without a problem, you need better fitting boots.

This is a public service announcement from the friendly folks at RSA.


uhm, sounds like there may be a back story
to this ???


Not first hand, fortunately.

//Walt
 




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