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joining a camp
i dont know if i should do it but i think i should cause none of my friends are at the level im at and none of them hardly ever ski or snowboard and my friend that did moved away this summer
U Choose death six feet deep thats the depth
'go to sleep bitch'
If you got the money. If your not seriously rich dont bother. I know it seems like your gonna learn everything but you don't. trust me. It is just a week of fun skiing, period. Save your money. Unless of course if it isnt that much for you. But if you have to save up and shit its not worth it.
that same thing happened to me but about the camp only go if you can affored it. you can learn alot or nothin at all. if you do go it's a blast. a week of skiing just skiing. it's great
school=no money = no skiing = insanity
Why don't you do some high-end lessons this winter? Why wait for the summer to get some coaching?
Yeah it is definitely alot of money. I had to sell a bunch of shit to afford it, and then i was dead ass broke. It is what you make of it to, like he said u can come out learning alot, or come out learning nothing. i got hurt like the 2nd day and it fucked everything up
'I'm far from broke, got enough bread and mad hoes, ask Beavis I get nuttin Butt-head' - Big L
* Empire Freeride, Session 3*
i agree, i mean this is my second season in the park and i'm not great i mean i hate to say it but i have not attempted a 3 yet, and this winter i plan on improving and since my parents are willing to pay for it i figure why not go to a summer camp, even if i suck its skiing and i get to experience life while its free
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i thought about the camps too, but i came to the same conclusion, that its a lot of $ and that it might not be worth it. on the other hand though it is skiing in the summer. is there a way to ski in the summer without paying out the ass for a camp?
what now.... ?
I went to camp and I had an awesome time. Great experience that was worth every penny of it. Wasn't just the skiing, but being in a sweet town like Whistler, hanging out with friends - people you've known for a while and people you just met.
Or you could spend that money on a trip to anywhere under the equator - South America, NZ, or AUS.
Eat. Sleep. Breathe. Ski.
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