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Breckenridge Unlimited Lesson Program 05-06

post #1 of 18
Thread Starter 
The unlimited lesson program at Breckenridge is back again.
The cost is $149.00.

Lessons are Thursday through Sunday.

Blackout dates are: 12/22/05-1/1/06, 1/13/06-1/14/06, 2/16/06-2/19/06
and 3/16/06 -3/26/06.

Sales end on December 11, 2006. You must have a Buddy or Colorado Pass.
This is a great programs for all levels of skiers as well as a great way
to avoid the lift lines on busy weekend days.

Nancy
post #2 of 18
Wow, what a deal!! Summit county locals have it made. $500 for all the skiing and lessons you want for the season. I took em up on the Colorado Pass.
post #3 of 18
This is a deal, that's sure. And the better you are, the better the deal, since you're likely to be in very small classes!

skier31, is there a lower cost for kids?
post #4 of 18
i probably won't be needing any lessons this winter. HH says if you can stand on one leg in your living room you can be an expert skier.

i've been standing here for two weeks except for an occasional potty break. it was easier once i got rid of the rotary bedroom slippers. one time i had a little accident and i was lucky cause my center of mass was off to the side.

you got anybody that can teach me those five fighter jet turns!
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post #6 of 18
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Originally Posted by skier31

Lessons are Thursday through Sunday.
I'll be playing a lot of hooky this year!
post #7 of 18
Thread Starter 
Rusty - I am sure we can find an instructor for you. It sounds like
you need some antibalance instruction. A couple of super phantoms,
a weighted release here and there as well as some counter and you will
be off the magic carpet by the end of the year.

SSH - lessons are for ages 13 and older.
post #8 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by skier31
Rusty - I am sure we can find an instructor for you. It sounds like
you need some antibalance instruction. A couple of super phantoms,
a weighted release here and there as well as some counter and you will
be off the magic carpet by the end of the year.

SSH - lessons are for ages 13 and older.
Rusty- I hope the accident wasn't on the magic livingroom carpet!
post #9 of 18
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Originally Posted by Rusty Guy
i probably won't be needing any lessons this winter. HH says if you can stand on one leg in your living room you can be an expert skier.

i've been standing here for two weeks except for an occasional potty break. it was easier once i got rid of the rotary bedroom slippers. one time i had a little accident and i was lucky cause my center of mass was off to the side.

you got anybody that can teach me those five fighter jet turns!
I'd say you should be careful going through Dumont this Winter.

btw, congrats on the win, yesterday.
post #10 of 18
i just never want to look down between my legs again and see my center of mass.

relearning to walk again is even tougher. every once in a while i don't catch myself.

lenny i wish i could take some credit. ml got the quick start he was looking for.
post #11 of 18
Be patient with yourself, Rusty. It takes more than a new pair of slippers to eliminate 20 years of skiing with that god awful rotary stuff. Just keep on working at keeping your inside ski hoisted well into the sky and you'll eventually get it.
post #12 of 18
when do i get to switch legs? i suspected a problem with the slippers a long time ago when i wore a racetrack oval in the shag carpet
post #13 of 18
You cannot switch legs- you have to use the same ones you were born with.
post #14 of 18
physician ...heel (sic) thyself.
post #15 of 18

Rusty

Psychiatry is your answer. At least to start getting rid of your obsession.
post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by John Mason
Psychiatry is your answer. At least to start getting rid of your obsession.
OK Rusty, he bit hard. Now set the hook and start cranking on that reel.
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by Rusty Guy
physician ...heel (sic) thyself.
ahh- a bad pun- just what I kneed.....
post #18 of 18
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