1. What is your favorite winter clothing item or outfit?
Ψ Definitely got to be ski apparel.
2. Do you have plans for a winter vacation? When and where?
Ψ Not this year...just wish.
3. Do you have a climate preference
Ψ I do really like the different seasons, so I am fine with some snow. Don't really care for the bitter few weeks of sub zero weather, but you take the bad with the good.
4. What do you like to do on your winter vacations?
Ψ Ski and then drink and cuddle, and fuck around the fireplace.
5. Do you unpack your suitcase or live out of it? Are there any items you never unpack?
Ψ It totally depends on the length of the vacation. For just a day or two, probably just live out of the suitcase, but for longer, I unpack.
6. Essentials for an extra "fun" weekend? Would you take them through airport security?
Ψ Damn...never thought of that. Hmmmmm. It would be a challenge to get some of that stuff in, but if all else fails, then we just do it the old fashioned way...skin on skin.
Last, Best, Worst or most fun vacation sex. Details. Details, Details.
Ψ This would be the time to have the great story, eh? Truth is, the wildest times was with a group of ski clubbers in Park City, UT. I have more fun stories to tell about winter, naked hot tub parties closer to home. Somehow, that party was winding down in a snow storm with only four guys there, and they all claimed to be straight. After two of them passed out, I ended up in bed naked with the other one, and he kept claiming that he wasn't gay...he was just cold. Yeah, OK, guy. Whatever you say!!!
Optional question--who would you like to vacation with...an extended period of time...anyplace you want...anyone...living, dead or even fictional...and what would you do?
Ψ It's my question, so I can answer it anyway I want, right? So, I'm going to pick my family with some stipulations: I want my dad for a day...we would go to a secluded beach and spend all day talking, eating, and just being together. I would ask him all the things that I have wanted to ask for the last 20 years since he died.
I want each of my kids for a day each, alone...just one at a time. We would go to different places...one to hike, camp, and cook in the mountains; one to NYC and spend the day exploring as many great things there that we can in a day; one to Europe--Paris, Berlin, or London to explore; and one at the beach. And as I think about this, I want the grandfather that they didn't know to be with us.