Today its about 65-70 degrees out and since I have some dented scratched and pretty much ruined Rossis sitting around I wanna know what I need to ski in the grass. Would it work with leaves or does it have to be hay or both. Then I could put up some rails and have some fun.
go to your local ice arena, ask when the next dump is, and tell them you want the shavings
'Dude, we're sick. I mean, he's pretty sick, but his muscles aren't as big as mine, so, ya know...' -CR Johnson
Leaves work really well, but if you are just looking for an in-run surface for a rail, get snowfence. It's that orange stuff they put along the sides of race courses and you can get it at any home-improvement store.
'I won't be able to vote for like...four more years.' (18 year old Tanner Hall)
'My knee hurts' (Jeff Merat after grinding a lunch table for an hour instead of sitting in the ski patrol shack for his torm mcl and acl which he got earlier that day.)
'I'm not asking for any help, just mabe for you to get off your ass.'(my dad)
'I was in the waiting room of my doctor's office before a physical this morning. There's nothing wrong with me, but healthy people get physicals just-for-the-hey-of-it every couple of days. When they finally mispronounced my name, I got up and walked down a hall with a nurse. After a while, the doctor came in and inspected my holes. He said that I should lose weight and consider stop smoking. I blew smoke in his face and explained that he is a douche bag. We all had a good laugh and he agreed.' -Skydaddy
Yea, I know 8 feet isnt much but its my only rail and I made it two days ago in about 2 hours. I works great, just not so long. I want to make either and extention for it or another rail about 20 feet long. Maybe with a kink.