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Originally Posted by DesiredUsername View Post

I think what Markojp and LiquidFeet are saying is that as you become a better skier you will be able to handle bumps and maybe even enjoy them and seek them out. Bumps are fun.

My goal this year is to do a complete zipper-line without issue.

post #92 of 95
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Originally Posted by beyond View Post

Twochordcool, you don't suck compared to at least half the skiers in the U.S., you deserve a Purple Heart for posting this thread and sticking with it...

 

 

Absolutely.  Nicely said.

 

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Originally Posted by twochordcool View Post

I'm not crazy about bumps and I don't know that I will be, even if and when I get good enough.

 

I'm saying I probably won't be interested in them even after I'm capable of skiing them.

 

 

Given your persistence, you will become a better skier.  Being a hard-headed knucklehead is exactly what you need to become a good bump skier too.  I suspect as you'll embrace the challenge of skiing bumps very soon.

post #93 of 95

Perhaps I missed it, and it's not in your profile, but where do you ski?

post #94 of 95

The width of your skis should be proportional to your lack of  skiing skills. This axiom breaks down when there's no new snow or where the new snow is accessible by ski lifts.

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If DesiredUsername doesn't buy the Blizzards, I will! drool.gif

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