Dude, joke's totally on them, you should make a t-shirt that says 'all you fools suck' and on the back it can say 'I rule coz T-dawg said so' and yeah, you'll be rockin it shibby, new steeze brah, wikkid! ~PhattTim
"the differance is they pay the girls with monopely money" - ski_cartel
"Anyways, moral of the story, don't fuck around with the restraining bar, you might die." -lll Alta/Snowbird Cult NS Thinkers pm me to join both
To actually answer your question, I'm at Community College of Vermont this year, was at UVM last year, and will be at either University of New England (most likely) or St Mikes next year. I've never skipped to ski and don't plan on doing it. There's plenty of time outside of class time to do stuff that you want to do.
^ i have like a 91 average, go to a catholic high school and am numero uno on the tennis team. u think i will get into boulder i got a 1640 on my sats but the sats are total bullshit i fuckin hate them
Ummm i dont have to skip classes. I ski MWF from 11 AM till close and TTh from open till 3 PM. And all weekend of course. Its pretty easy to go to school full time at Montana State and still ski 7 days per week.
Since we are on the topics of colleges...Im thinkin about transferrin out west, but I have no idea where. As long as it is within 2-3 hours of a big ski resort Im good, I'm mainly lookin for a nice college to go to on par with U of Michigan or something similar. Anyone know of any? Im kinda lookin at UC Berkeley right now but Im not sure.
I'm going to Michigan Tech next year. I didn't pick it for skiing or anything ($12,000/yr. alumni scholarship), but it turns out they own a ski hill practically on campus. And they get a ton of lake effect snow. So I'm definitely looking forward to next year. I drive 45 minutes to ski now.
me: so i might be getting a helmet
howie: get one with headphones
howie: and a tv
howie: and cruse control
howie: and side airbags
howie: dont forget a navigation system
Ya...that mountain sucks, really really sucks. They do get a lot of lake effect, depends on the year. However, Mt. Bohemia is like an hour further north, they get on average as much snow as Colorado and have incredible back country. Nearly as good as you can find at the average resort out west, its awesome up there.