From the perspective of the "client", that sounds like perfection.
post #31 of 101
8/25/02 at 8:06pm
|Originally posted by mike_m:
...I think Bob B's concept for the workshop would be best. Rather than splitting the group into specialized areas of interest (moguls, carving, steeps, etc.)...
|Originally posted by Rick H:
I have a concern! Everyone is talking about bumps and steeps. No one is talking about the Lisas who will be attending that are pure intermediates. These folks are the ones we should focusing on. Moreover, these very same people will start to shy away from us, as they will assume that we don't care about them.
My focus, as an instructor is, first-timers through intermediate skiers. Give me a terminal wedger and he/she will be skiing parallel by noon!
As to areas. As long as we have Green and Blue runs that are 40-60 meters wide, I could care less where we have it. Most areas in the SLC area have plenty of Black runs. So what is the problem?
Let's stop the area squabble and make some hard and fast decisions.
|Originally posted by ziggyskier:
HEY -Maybe we'll have a clinic on whistling?