so i was at an early season rail jam for Ski Sundown, about half way through the sundown park manager straps on his skis, climbs up the inrun, and lets loose, the dude is like 30, he's clearly not comfortable on rails (even though this was simply a mellow box, it didn't end up mattering much), he flys down the unrun, hits the jump to the box and manages to fly to the right, over the snow, and onto the pavment of the parking lot, NEVER making contact with his own box, sooooo......
how important is it that a park manager can hold his own(straight slides on boxs)???
put these in order from MOST important to LEAST
1. reasonable skills on rails/jumps
2. chill personality
3. ability to maintain the park
4. close in age to us (under 35)
5. organizes event (summer rail jams)
in my opinon:
1. ability to maintain park
2. reasonable skills on rails/jumps
3. chill personality
5. age under 35