The Forecast for Your Timeshare Vacation
Monday, October 30, 2006
The publishers of The Old Farmer’s Almanac have been predicting the weather since 1818. Despite writing their weather predictions not months but years in advance, the Almanac is one of the most reliable sources available for weather forecasting. Although their formula is a well-kept secret, their forecasts have a legendary 80-85 percent accuracy rate. So what does the 2007 Old Farmer’s Almanac, released this past August, predict for the upcoming winter?
One very long, very cold season.
Which leads me to predict that this will be a great winter for a timeshare vacation!
According to Almanac predictions, Montana, North and South Dakota and parts of Wyoming can expect temperatures as much as 20 degrees below their seasonal norms. The mountain regions of the Pacific Northwest should plan for heavy snowfalls, and residents of the New England states should brace themselves for both atypical cold and unusually heavy snow.
Now, if you love to hit the ski slopes, this forecast is all good news to you. Those who enjoy winter sports should start waxing their skis and scheduling their timeshare vacations. You may want to head to the northeast and enjoy a great timeshare deal at resorts like Stowe and Sugarbush. You can buy or rent Vermont timeshares there. And a timeshare condo in Vail, Telluride, Snowmass or Grand Junction will be a perfect Colorado timeshare ski getaway.
On the other hand, if the news of an unusually cold and snowy season makes you shiver, then start today planning a Caribbean timeshare vacation that includes sun baked sands and warm tropical waters, perhaps in Aruba, Barbados or Cozumel. That’s the great thing about timesharing. When you make a smart timeshare deal and buy a timeshare resale, you are not only buying vacation ownership at the right price, but you are guaranteeing yourself the ultimate in vacation flexibility.