Travel Haiku - Vail Mega Ski Resort Poem by john tiong chunghoo

john tiong chunghoo

Sibu, Sarawak, Borneo East Malaysia

Travel Haiku - Vail Mega Ski Resort



Vail
the snow piles up our desire
for fun

Vail
layer and layer of fun
spread over the field

Vail
our thirst for ski fun
boiling

Vail
snow fuels our fhirst
for ski fun

Vail
snow perfect as your skin
for a run of pleasure

Vail
light, powdery
fun as flight

Simply put, Vail is the king of U.S. mega ski resorts. This massive (and very developed) locale offers more groomed trails than anywhere else on the planet and boasts the largest skiable mountain in the country. With 193 trails,5,289 skiable acres, and four terrain parks, there truly is something for everyone. And if you grow weary of the piste, the Adventure Ridge center offers enough activities to keep you busy: tubing, thrill-sledding, ski-bike tours, snowmobile tours, snowshoe tours, and laser tag.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Frank Cannon 31 March 2008

Has the blind white veil of snow shrouded Vail blinded you to the 'over development', perhaps not, but your travel piece at the end belies the unspoiled symmetry of the poem I feel.

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john tiong chunghoo

Sibu, Sarawak, Borneo East Malaysia
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