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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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Love from the Netherlands.

Hello there!

I just wanted to say Hi from Holland. O and I wanted to warn you: my English isn't so good haha.

And for if you are interested I will tell you something about myself:
I'm Nette, a 17-year-old girl from a little village in the North of the Netherlands. There are no mountains here and usually there is no snow. I don't have that much ski and snowboard experience, but I'm still a snowboard freak hihi. I have snowboarded for 4 weeks in my whole life (in the Alps), so I'm a huge beginner comparing to the most people on this forum. I will confess I'm a little bit of a failer haha, I want to try everything but I'm simply not that good yet lol.

Because I wanted to board a little while I'm waiting to have enough money for another week snowboarding, I bought a skateboard last week, so I hope I will learn skateboarding.
This summer I went surfing in Spain, also really nice.
In my daily life I went to school, final year highschool, play hockey, ride on my horse and try to learn to play the guitar.

I think my story is already too long for making it intresting to read, but if you have read it, uh yeah, you have read it.

Cheeeers!
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Hi Nette, welcome to the forums. For what it's worth your English is better than mine.
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Im also dutch and yes our country is mostly below sea level. 323 meters high is the best we can do in our country :P. That why im going snowboarding in France. 10 dec i will be at Val Thorens and thats 2300 meter. The highest ski area in Europe. Just one more month...
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Im also dutch and yes our country is mostly below sea level. 323 meters high is the best we can do in our country :P. That why im going snowboarding in France. 10 dec i will be at Val Thorens and thats 2300 meter. The highest ski area in Europe. Just one more month...
Aaah I'm jealous. It's not yet sure for me that I will go snowboarding this year. Maybe in the christmas holiday somewhere to France, but expensive and I still have to find 2 people who wants to join.
Never been in Val Thorens, have heard of it, it's nice, isn't it?
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I really like (its the thirth time im going) it and were going between the holidays of different country's. So only the weekend is a bit busy. I also like it because its high and more chance of snow.
The park nicely divided in beginner, advanced. A lot of different routes you can take (really nice bleu pistes for some longer trips and reds with good bumps where you can work on the low jumps) and also off piste with a good connection with the piste again. So i love it there
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I really like (its the thirth time im going) it and were going between the holidays of different country's. So only the weekend is a bit busy. I also like it because its high and more chance of snow.
The park nicely divided in beginner, advanced. A lot of different routes you can take (really nice bleu pistes for some longer trips and reds with good bumps where you can work on the low jumps) and also off piste with a good connection with the piste again. So i love it there
That sounds pretty awesome. I will think about going to Val Thorents this year.
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