It is summer and unless you live near a glacier you probably aren't skiing.
UNLESS you are like me and have access to a dry ski slope.
But this has been something I only just started this year as I moved. I'm still on the fence about it. I've been 3 times and these are the quick take-aways I have.
-Solidify lessons learned at the end of the ski season
-Learn new exercises
-General feeling of ski and speed
-It isn't snow
-Falling f***ing hurts. Rug-burn times 1000.
-Often small and cramped
What are your takes on dry ski slopes? Are they useful? Or does your heart grow fonder by not skiing in the summer?