About every week I go skiing in the Whistler area. My experiences of ski trip consist mainly of the mountains, the fresh air and experiences with friends and family. Its strange to think that how little one remembers of the drive to and from, considering the drives takes four hours and you ski for only six. Logically time is an experience, a numerical indication of a particular moment and the inevitable linear progression into the future. This leads me to the idea that time slows down and possible stops during some experiences. If this is the case, then how can ones feelings about a particular experience change the inevitable linear progression? Logically this is impossible, but yet 6 hours in the mountains allows me to alter time.

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