I don't know if it's private and you need and invite or if you can just join. If you can't get to the forum and/or need an invite, I'll try to just copy and paste some info from the cult into this thread.
what is the average temp where you live in the summer. If its not too high the snow from the ice rink will last a while as long as it is insulated well. I live in a desert and the snow can last for a couple of days. I worked it out once and i found that it is cheeper to rent a truck out instead of buying your own machine but that may just be due to the dirt cheap ones i can get here.
bindings are for pussies
The length of your ski poles is inversely proportional to the length of your t-shirt.
whats so expensive about it?
the fan came out of an old car, the barrel/housing was scrap from drain construction, couple old rubber hoses, the frame is just signs we ripped out with my truck, motor was from a scrap washer, nozzles are from the mountain - we asked and received, already had a compressor, valves and what not are free if you know plumbers, and the water source is a near by creek.
Actually, almost all rinks have Olympias. Zamboni is a brand of ice resurfacer. lolz i love hockey
It all started last night when I was totally plastered.I woke up in a dumpster with some lube and a hamster.I found myself in a very strange place. my head really hurt and things drawn on my face. Dont remember a thing cause I blacked out in a hurry, but ive gotta get to cllass, I mean my friends are all worries. "Hey Vin" hey arron. "where ya been?" well gosh I dont know I hit the bottles and the floor and now my ass is really sore."I know. Ive got pictures on my iphone."
I am currently working on a snow gun for my Engineering/Senior Project. I had to build one with a stand and do all sorts of testing with different nozzles and pressures. I came up with my own design and was actually running it today, it was also in a big science fair yesterday. PM me if want any info ill deffinetly help you out!
"The better part of you was left on your Mom's bedsheets..."