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post #31 of 45 (permalink) Old 01-10-2011, 07:33 PM
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i moved here last semester from california. i wanna meet people who ride at paoli or anywhere else (idk many places at all) but im from bloomington!
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so i live in Hamilton county Indiana which is smack dab in the middle of the state. I'm 18 and needless to say its next to impossible to find boarders around where i live.

anyone live in central Indiana? the season is still a month or two away, but it would be nice to have a few connections
I live on 146th street on the Carmel Westfield line. I have a backyard set up with an 8' drop in and a small kicker my buddies and I mess around on. Other than that, it is the boring road trip to Perfect North in between trips out west.

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I am from Plainfield on the Westside. I have been to Mad river Mountain. It was really good when I was there. A little bigger than P north and a lot more kickers and terrain park. Capital park at Mad river is the same size as the area serviced by the orange lift at perfect.

I may actually hit Mad river again Monday if the warm temps dont melt too much snow.
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I am from Plainfield on the Westside. I have been to Mad river Mountain. It was really good when I was there. A little bigger than P north and a lot more kickers and terrain park. Capital park at Mad river is the same size as the area serviced by the orange lift at perfect.

I may actually hit Mad river again Monday if the warm temps dont melt too much snow.
How far of a drive is MR for you? I live up in Carmel and am looking for a better alternative than Perfect North.

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Mad river is about 65 miles farther than Perfect, but I feel like it is worth the extra hour.
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Mad river is about 65 miles farther than Perfect, but I feel like it is worth the extra hour.
I'm starting to feel like PN is getting way too crowded and all they seem to be concerned with is making $$$. An alternative would be good.

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what places round here stay open till at least may?
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No one stays open 'til may within 10 hrs of Bloomington,In. The weather and temps prohibit it. Most places in Colorado Close mid April and they have 10,000 feet of elevation over us...
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what a kill joy. are there no indoor slopes either?
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Are you being serious? there isn't an indoor ski slope in the U.S. that I am aware of. the cornfields of Indiana would likely be the last place they would put one. AS much as it sucks. even right now, to find decent snow conditions, the closest place would be Northern Michigan or the east coast.
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