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05-19-2014 11:44 AM
speedjason get a lesson or even watch some videos so you dont learn bad habits.
05-18-2014 04:11 PM
Manicmouse
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Originally Posted by bbrunskill View Post
Quick update - Iím now the owner of a season pass and a secondhand snowboard and bindings. Come on snow!
Cya on Turoa
05-18-2014 09:20 AM
f00bar Save yourself some pain and bad habits and budget in a lesson also! The chances that you are picking it up on your own with proper form is pretty small. I just started this year as well and on the second day was managing my way down with only a few falls. Took a lesson and within 50 feet the instructor watching me had a laundry list of issues from head to toe (mostly bad habits that long time skiers transitioning tend to have). An hour later I had improved 10 fold. Seriously.
05-18-2014 03:33 AM
Mizu Kuma I bet you're lookin at realestate in the hills too?????
05-18-2014 03:14 AM
bbrunskill Quick update - Iím now the owner of a season pass and a secondhand snowboard and bindings. Come on snow!
08-06-2013 02:15 PM
rwspear
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I love your sport
its your sport now.
08-06-2013 10:33 AM
Noreaster
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start working extra, saving every penny and vacation time..ur going to need it

and there are useless items, pets and kids to sell off
QFT, my friend.
08-06-2013 08:07 AM
bbrunskill Luckily time off work isnít too big a problem - my wife and I are teachers and so we get regular holidays in between school terms. Money might be a bit more challenging though. I do have two kids I could sell off.
08-06-2013 07:54 AM
wrathfuldeity start working extra, saving every penny and vacation time..ur going to need it

and there are useless items, pets and kids to sell off

lessons are well spent $
08-06-2013 06:13 AM
neni Haha... thick skin and determination is there - you'll have a lot of fun
and just wait till you ride your first line in pow, the longing will get worse.

Be prepared to some changes in your life holiday planning will concentrate on when is the season, where is snow, during the season you hardly will see non snowsport friends n family. Good, that the GF likes to ski!
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