"No friends on powder day". That's what people say. But I don't think people know what they're talking about. No waiting on a powder day, maybe. No dillydallying, no lallygagging, or dawdling. No sleeping in, no sit-down breakfast, no morning sex. No "oh crap, I forgot my pass" or stopping to help dig out that car stuck in the snow bank (no mater how hot the driver looks). No boot work, no "my skis need wax" no stopping by the shop to say hi.
No "hold on a sec, my goggles are fogged" or "my pants are ripped", or "yeah, I'm alright but wait a minute, because I can't find my ski." In short , no F-king around because if you do, you will be dropped without remorse, and you can meet us in the bar or at the car, if you're lucky, in the lift line after a couple of runs. Because it's a powder day, and we have better things to do than stand, I'm sure you understand.
But " No friends on powder day?" I'm not buying that one. Because the only thing better than skiing powder, is skiing powder with your friends.