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Old 10-08-2009, 07:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New Girl Snowboarder! From Massachusetts!

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What's up forum? I just wanted to say I am glad I joined! I want to become aquatinted with you guys! You seem like a nice forum. I am a girl. I am a really noob boarder. I took one snowboard lesson and didn't go to the mountain again because the season was over. I want to start up again this year. I want to convince my parents to buy me a snowboard so I can stop renting. I only learned how to stop and skate and straight glide at the lessson. No turning! I hope that you guys can help me here you seem like a well educated and friendly bunch. I hope I can fit in.

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Hey, welcome ... Get out there and ride, ride, ride ... Powder days are easy on the ass. Have fun!
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Welcome!

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You will be just fine around here
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Get a pass at blue hills - good place to learn and pretty close to you. My daughter, six this year, loves it. They are having a ski and snowboard swap Oct 17-18, so you may be able to pick up a cheap setup. Good luck.
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Hey, welcome ... Get out there and ride, ride, ride ... Powder days are easy on the ass. Have fun!
Yeah that's what I am planning to do this winter. I may sound like a noob but what is a powder day? Is it a day when it's snowing? Because I went later in the season and it's all ice. Not good. LoL
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Old 10-09-2009, 08:35 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Thanks man I hope I will!
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Old 10-09-2009, 08:36 PM   #8 (permalink)
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What's up from Brockton, MA. Nice to see someone from the same state on this forum. What mountain do you snowboard at? My home mountain (hill) is blue hills. It sucks but is good for a beginner like me
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Get a pass at blue hills - good place to learn and pretty close to you. My daughter, six this year, loves it. They are having a ski and snowboard swap Oct 17-18, so you may be able to pick up a cheap setup. Good luck.
Yeah it is a good place to learn! I took my lesson there. I teenage guy who taught us wasn't very good. I wish I started snowboarding that early. I am 14 now! It was a good mountain to learn at but I kept falling. A ski snowboard swap? Is all the stuff used? I want to get a new snowboard that will fit me. Thanks Psi-Man for the info
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