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post #11 of (permalink) Old 06-05-2012, 06:52 AM
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I refer to my original statement.

Originally Posted by Matt166 View Post
I usually find people who hate on instructor lifestyles either teach at the wrong mountain, or aren't instructors.
There is a difference between a bro that teaches at Breck, than a career instructor who works at a nice resort, actually has a brain and aims to get something out of the season.

FYI, I spend 75% of my teaching time riding the mountain, and I think Breckenfridge is the arsehole of Colorado.

Bottom line, if you are a bro or a snow carnie, take heed to BA's post, it will probably be very useful.

If you are a respectable human being and have had at least 1 decent job in your life, don't move to breck.
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