im starting to drift that way man... heres my life story...
skiied 8 years without park, did everything there is, lessons, racing, moguls.. exc..
then snowblades came out(twins werent available in my area yet).. bought a pair.. then started trying little rails, hitting jumps.. etc, that year i was pretty much only in the park
then twins became available, i bought my first twin tip(the original ar5's) and spent once again another full year in the park learning all the basics
then next year, spent another full year in the park, trashed my ar5's, and ended up buying another pair of the next years ar5's..
then this year, skiied the first month once again in purely park.. then a few things happened, i bought a pair of Rossi b2's for teaching, which brought me back to my roots of skiing.. started riding way more out of the park.. got to ski a few pow days(which had been unheard of here in southern ontario).. and spent the rest of the season skiing glades, pow, and riding whatever fun things i cood find.. at the end of this year i bought a pair of ants on a plan to head outwest and ski whitewater, a place that doesnt even have a park...
so yah, thats my ski history haha, and as u can tell i am right htere with you becoming less and less of a park skiier...
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