Old 19-09-06, 04:17 PM   #16
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I have insurance for injuries, etc.

What the heck is insurance for lack of snow? I have never heard of that one, maybe because I can look out my window and see if there is enough snow to ski ;-)
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Old 19-09-06, 04:21 PM   #17
 
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I have insurance for injuries, etc.

What the heck is insurance for lack of snow? I have never heard of that one, maybe because I can look out my window and see if there is enough snow to ski ;-)
Insurance for lack of snow is for people who live in the UK etc and get package ski holidays to Europe. So you could spend a lot of money on the holiday and when you get there you might discover that there is no snow
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Old 19-09-06, 04:27 PM   #18
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OK, it makes a lot more sense now. Thanks for clearing that up for me.
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Absence of snow .... the way most ski insurance companies cover this is by paying for you to ski @ alternative sites if the slopes you are heading to have been closed.
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