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Gay Ski Week in Aspen

The Boys are Back in town. Gay Ski Week (GSW) in Aspen is traditionally one of the hardest partying weeks of the year.  2010 appeared to be no exception.  Aspen's male-to-female ratio is normally about 7-to-1.  During the third week in January, it jumps to like 45-to-1.  AspenSpin was absent, but an estimated 3500 Gay and Lesbian skiers/riders took to the slopes and the jacuzzi's of Aspen.

AspenSpin missed all the GSW festivities this year. We took the week off to prepare for X-Games.  We missed the pool party, we missed the fashion show, we missed the parade, we missed boutique night.  What we didn't miss was the best powder day of the year.  A legitimate 12 incher at Snowmass.  If you're a regular reader---- you know A-Spin doesn't get outside the traffic circle very often, but Snowmass got the goods this time---and we claimed 'em.  It was a fantastic powder day atop Hanging Valley Wall, but don't worry the site ain't gonna be called SnowmassSpin any time soon

A-Spin fell down on the job. No pix from GSW. Gaze upon a few photos we took last summer in SF. You'll get the picture.  Heard on the Gondy -- the Aspen Club men's locker room saw heavy usage this week.  Normally a 4-man jacuzzi -- "it was filled to the brim--with dudes".  The steam  room saw standing room and kneeling room only conditions, and the Sauna....OMG....punches were exchanged after a brief session of inappropriate touching.

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