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|02-20-2017 08:22 PM|
Glad the lessons got you over the hump. Its a great feeling.
Dont worry about skating, I have yet to meet an amputee that skates well.... I have met and ridden the lifts with quite a few.
The program in Copper got robbed. Here is a link to them and maybe helping them recover. Whoe the hell steals this kind of stuff. Its all highly customized for amputees and useless to people without the need for them.
Donate ? Adaptive Action Sports
|02-09-2017 10:21 AM|
....and we all have those humbl'n lift days...had one last Saturday...fell exiting 3 times, ran in to the garbage can, knocked over a gate and fell on my ass...all in the lift line...and all in 1 day...wearing my steezy pantz .
|02-09-2017 09:07 AM|
Originally Posted by chomps1211 View Post
|02-09-2017 08:34 AM|
6 years riding.... I still crash n burn skating or in/out of the liftline! I love to get those WTF Looks!!!
So Awesome to hear your Stoke!! And just in time for more storm dumpage if TWC is to be believed!!!
|02-09-2017 08:20 AM|
Sorry for the radio silence. With that said, I am now having an AMAZING season! It started out super rough and I was about to give up. Did a lesson and was told I had great skills but needed to fit them all together. Well, it finally happened and everything clicked! Last weekend, I went from greens in the morning to blacks by afternoon. I can't tell you exactly what happened but suddenly my body just knew what to do. Happy, happy, happy. Hope you are all well!
PS My skating skills look like I'm a complete and total bunny hill noob, which is kind of funny. Watching the liftie's faces and other boarders/skiers as we get on lifts that only service blues/blacks is hilarious.
|12-29-2016 07:45 PM|
We had to airlift a guy to the hospital the other day due to a head injury, now he's in a medically induced coma as far as I know. Sounds like he might have been conscious for a period of time after the initial injury. Not trying to scare you, but listen to your body on this one.
|12-29-2016 04:09 PM|
|Noreaster||Hun, take a rest. Like for a month or two. Concussions open up a whole new world of hurt, the one you don't want to explore. Your hub is right to stay by your side as well. There will be other storms. Get better and don't rush to get out there too quick.|
|12-29-2016 03:12 PM|
Ditto neni & wrath. Symptoms of a concussion can be slow to show up.
But the talking gibberish is definitely one of the signs. Just go easy & if you feel at all off? Just skip it.
As neni pointed out,.. The season is barely begun. (...or in my case, has yet to begin!)
Lots of days for you to enjoy.
(Then again... A nice soft, deep pow day is lower risk for hard impacts!!) lol
Hope you're feeling better soon!
|12-29-2016 02:26 PM|
get some rest and see how you feel in the morning...but take it easy...and you don't want to be banging the head again/right away
|12-29-2016 01:29 PM|
Speedy recovery! Season is still young. You'll get many more days.
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