Mountains or plains whats the difference Message Board

  • View author's info Author posted on Mar 22, 2006 at 10:14


    As a Brit whose visited this country for many years and now come over to live , i know there are differences from state to state but can anyone tell me whats the difference between a 'mountain women' and a 'plains women' or is there any
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  • View author's info posted on Apr 22, 2006 at 12:25


    Hi Rob, Question. What do you mean by the mountain people originating the water, are you taking the 'piss' out of the plains people or putting it in.
    I'm going back to bottled water that's for sure!!!!!!
  • View author's info posted on Apr 20, 2006 at 13:47


    Translation for Sharp!

    Many mountain/forest people enjoy the water too, so it is not mutually exclusive...
  • View author's info posted on Apr 19, 2006 at 22:03


    robtest write:

    redhead524 write:
    GlennaB write:
    This topic also makes me think about the difference between what I refer to as the Palm Tree People and the Pine Tree People.

    So right, Glenna....water people v. forest people....very different as well.



    Perhaps Forest People and Beach People, as there are mountain lakes and streams and waterfalls! If mountain people didn't originate the water, it would never make it down to the other places!!! LOL

  • View author's info posted on Apr 19, 2006 at 10:16


    redhead524 write:
    GlennaB write:
    This topic also makes me think about the difference between what I refer to as the Palm Tree People and the Pine Tree People.

    So right, Glenna....water people v. forest people....very different as well.


    Perhaps Forest People and Beach People, as there are mountain lakes and streams and waterfalls! If mountain people didn't originate the water, it would never make it down to the other places!!! LOL
  • View author's info posted on Apr 19, 2006 at 04:48


    Of course there's the difference between the two coasts , the west coast culture and the east coast culture, with apologies to those in the middle. Then again the difference between north and south. Maybe its the mix of all these influences that makes people so different as ones travels takes us across this vast country.
  • View author's info posted on Apr 18, 2006 at 16:07


    GlennaB write:
    This topic also makes me think about the difference between what I refer to as the Palm Tree People and the Pine Tree People.

    So right, Glenna....water people v. forest people....very different as well.
  • View author's info posted on Apr 02, 2006 at 20:37


    Angyson write:
    Mountain people hate plains people and visa versa.

    Meyer Lansky

    Once again you make no sense...lol Angy
  • View author's info posted on Apr 01, 2006 at 14:51


    jwbster2006 write:
    Weelassy, I suspect you know that the mountain on which you live is not a mountain at all, but an 'escarpment' which stretches from Niagara Falls to the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula. It's been designated a UNESCO world biosphere reserve as it's teeming with historical and scientific significance. No offence meant here, but the view of Hamilton which you see from the part of the escarpment on which you live is not the prettiest view in our area. As for the 'mountain' women of southern Ontario, you're one of the prettiest around.

    Ahhh Jwbster no offense taken..lol. That is why I say LOL...I live on a mountain if you want to call it that. 5 escarpments to drive up and access where I reside End Quote"

    However hun it is technically called the Mountain...You know that and I know that if you are from my area. I don't live downtown nor Uptown. I live on the mountain. lol...I DID say 5 escarpments in my post.

    YOU would be correct that the view I showed is in no comparison of the true beauty in our area.

    Thank you for the compliment also.
    Cheers
  • View author's info posted on Mar 31, 2006 at 17:45


    Weelassy, I suspect you know that the mountain on which you live is not a mountain at all, but an 'escarpment' which stretches from Niagara Falls to the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula. It's been designated a UNESCO world biosphere reserve as it's teeming with historical and scientific significance. No offence meant here, but the view of Hamilton which you see from the part of the escarpment on which you live is not the prettiest view in our area. As for the 'mountain' women of southern Ontario, you're one of the prettiest around.
  • View author's info posted on Mar 29, 2006 at 12:51


    redhead524 write:
    weelassy1 write:
    redhead524 write:
    allwhiteontheknight write:
    As a Brit whose visited this country for many years and now come over to live , i know there are differences from state to state but can anyone tell me whats the difference between a 'mountain women' and a 'plains women' or is there any

    Have you been to both the mountains and the plains? What did you learn?

    Here's my take and the list could probably be longer so maybe the mountain and plains women will add to it:

    Mountain Women:
    Adventurous and spirited, visionary or thinkers, spiritual but likely not to cling to an established religion, unconventional, independent, sexual

    Plains Women:
    Mother earth.....nurturing, giving,
    practical, traditional, sensual, hard working, loyal, if she's spiritual, likely associated with a religion

    My, don't they both sound like lovely women?!

    LOL...I live on a mountain if you want to call it that. 5 escarpments to drive up and access where I reside. I could walk in 10 minutes to the brow and over look the city...Wooo Hooo...Very pretty veiw...wink.

    My city now has at least seventy waterfalls within its limits ? some of which are well known, particularly in local neighbourhoods.

    Beautiful pics, Wee. Tell us, how does my description of the "Mountain Woman' fit you?

    I am a weebit of both my friend..Wink

    Mountain: Adventurous and spirited independent, sexual....lol

    Plains: nurturing, giving,
    practical, traditional, sensual, hard working.

    Let other determine if they find my description of myself to be correct...lol

    Cheers to you my Hen
  • View author's info posted on Mar 27, 2006 at 02:06


    weelassy1 write:
    redhead524 write:
    allwhiteontheknight write:
    As a Brit whose visited this country for many years and now come over to live , i know there are differences from state to state but can anyone tell me whats the difference between a 'mountain women' and a 'plains women' or is there any

    Have you been to both the mountains and the plains? What did you learn?

    Here's my take and the list could probably be longer so maybe the mountain and plains women will add to it:

    Mountain Women:
    Adventurous and spirited, visionary or thinkers, spiritual but likely not to cling to an established religion, unconventional, independent, sexual

    Plains Women:
    Mother earth.....nurturing, giving,
    practical, traditional, sensual, hard working, loyal, if she's spiritual, likely associated with a religion

    My, don't they both sound like lovely women?!

    LOL...I live on a mountain if you want to call it that. 5 escarpments to drive up and access where I reside. I could walk in 10 minutes to the brow and over look the city...Wooo Hooo...Very pretty veiw...wink.

    My city now has at least seventy waterfalls within its limits ? some of which are well known, particularly in local neighbourhoods.

    Beautiful pics, Wee. Tell us, how does my description of the "Mountain Woman' fit you?
  • View author's info posted on Mar 26, 2006 at 13:36


    Here is another view from the mountain I live on.

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  • View author's info posted on Mar 26, 2006 at 13:06


    redhead524 write:
    allwhiteontheknight write:
    As a Brit whose visited this country for many years and now come over to live , i know there are differences from state to state but can anyone tell me whats the difference between a 'mountain women' and a 'plains women' or is there any

    Have you been to both the mountains and the plains? What did you learn?

    Here's my take and the list could probably be longer so maybe the mountain and plains women will add to it:

    Mountain Women:
    Adventurous and spirited, visionary or thinkers, spiritual but likely not to cling to an established religion, unconventional, independent, sexual

    Plains Women:
    Mother earth.....nurturing, giving,
    practical, traditional, sensual, hard working, loyal, if she's spiritual, likely associated with a religion

    My, don't they both sound like lovely women?!

    LOL...I live on a mountain if you want to call it that. 5 escarpments to drive up and access where I reside. I could walk in 10 minutes to the brow and over look the city...Wooo Hooo...Very pretty veiw...wink.

    My city now has at least seventy waterfalls within its limits ? some of which are well known, particularly in local neighbourhoods.

    Available only
    to logged in members

  • View author's info posted on Mar 26, 2006 at 08:21


    allwhiteontheknight write:
    Thx Redhead so Tractor and plough or Pickup and chain saw are no longer what separate the fairer sexes in their different habitats, think i better go take a look and keep my eyes peeled

    I'm sure you meant that in only the funniest of ways, but Ouch! Do you realize you just insulted all the women from those areas?
    Now you really better keep your eyes open....tractors and chain saws can be hazardous to your health! lol
  • View author's info posted on Mar 26, 2006 at 05:14


    Thx Redhead so Tractor and plough or Pickup and chain saw are no longer what separate the fairer sexes in their different habitats, think i better go take a look and keep my eyes peeled
  • View author's info posted on Mar 25, 2006 at 15:00


    allwhiteontheknight write:
    As a Brit whose visited this country for many years and now come over to live , i know there are differences from state to state but can anyone tell me whats the difference between a 'mountain women' and a 'plains women' or is there any

    Have you been to both the mountains and the plains? What did you learn?

    Here's my take and the list could probably be longer so maybe the mountain and plains women will add to it:

    Mountain Women:
    Adventurous and spirited, visionary or thinkers, spiritual but likely not to cling to an established religion, unconventional, independent, sexual

    Plains Women:
    Mother earth.....nurturing, giving,
    practical, traditional, sensual, hard working, loyal, if she's spiritual, likely associated with a religion

    My, don't they both sound like lovely women?!
  • View author's info posted on Mar 23, 2006 at 18:29


    There was once a old sage that stood at the gates of the city, and talked to passersby from time to time.

    On morning a couple came by and stopped to talk. "Wise Sage" they said, "Tell us of the city". The sage looked at them and said "Tell me of the city you just came from".

    "Oh, it was a wonderful place, people were friendly, and spoke to each other when they passed, and everyone worked together. It was a wonderful place"...

    The sage smiled warming and said "That is the way this place is too!", and the travelers went on their way.

    Later that afternoon, another couple stopped to speak with the sage. "Wise Sage" they said, "Tell us of the city". The sage looked at them and said "Tell me of the city you just came from".

    "It was a bad place, there was crime everywhere, people were nasty with each other, always cussing, and it was a dismal place!!"

    The sage shook his head sadly and said "That is the way this place is too!", and the travelers went on their way...
  • View author's info posted on Mar 23, 2006 at 18:11


    what i want to know is there any difference between Mountain Mommas and Plain Janes. Are plains ladies just straight up and down are mountain ladies all curves and bends . Do the plains ladies run deep and slow while there mountain counterparts gush shallow and fast. Whose got these answers, God only knows , He scatched his head and said i only sows go ask Robtest he probably knows
  • View author's info posted on Mar 23, 2006 at 18:02


    Yes Rob and we all know you love the smell of burning rubber!!!!!!!
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