My my, this little thread that could survives.
Thanks for your reply, a preacher needs to preach to sinners.
FWIW, I like all conditions and all terrain.
Shredding is shredding, turns back into the fall line, repeated again and again is my style. I like round turns, they may not come as hard and fast as a WC bumper, but their turns are rarely round anyway. If I want to do that, I'd bring the poles.
I may have been trolling for a bite, and you took the bait. Sorry,
Perhaps you project your shortcomings and it is not me that sucks, but your closed minded assumptions that suck.
I skied 118 days on the local hill, it is big, it is western, and it has plenty of the double black EX diamonds too. It would mosdef not classify as suck if you were to come ride here.
PS, my instructor buddies always have better smoke than I. You might like them, most are just as stodgy and as prejudicial as your post.
Well, I am not as polite or as nice as BobBarnes, so here you go: Buttinski- you suck as a skier, or your mountain sucks, or likely both is true. Yeah, you can cruise the groomers with your hands in your pockets and feel like a million bucks. Well, I got need to you: it ain't all that skiing is. Next time, come to a big western mountain, try to ski a steep bumpy run sans poles and after you faceplant on a third turn, your understanding of the role of poles in skiing will reach a new level. Now go back to cruising groomers on your local hill. Oh yeah, and your instructor buddies are either smoking the same weed as you do, or they think that keeping you happy is cheaper than therapy.
BTW this thread ranks high in the entertainment value up there with the "why powder skiing" thread.