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  • A New Hampshire resort?

    When googling this I came up with nothing, but this concept art clearly illustrates a summer/winter resort in NH. The White Birch trees (our state tree) can clearly be seen and would differentiate this from the White Mountains of Arizona.

    Tim J. Delaney Design

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    Re: A New Hampshire resort?

    Well, if anyone is interested I e-mailed Tim and this was confirmed.

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      Re: A New Hampshire resort?

      Considering how much people love to sue Disney I'm not sure they could ever afford to create a ski resort in the US.... it would have the lawyers business for generations.

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        Re: A New Hampshire resort?

        Originally posted by BurningStroller View Post
        Well, if anyone is interested I e-mailed Tim and this was confirmed.
        This was another one they looked in to a while ago (along with Hawaii, etc). It was to be a unique summer experience and a unique winter experience. The White Mountains are great and very popular; this could be a strong resort if done right (and in moderate cost *cough* Aulani Billion Dollars *cough*).

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