So I'm sitting here stuck at college (yes we have parties, but not until late at night) and you would be surprised by the blahness of a weekend afternoon. I could spend my time studying or playing video games or even exercising, but I really crave some good park laps and pow turns in the trees. The snow here in Massachusetts has pretty much melted except for a few spots and the remaining open mountains in New England. Unfortunately as a freshman I do not have access to a car, and have no way to get to a mountain, so I just sit here day dreaming and roaming NS. My question to others who may be suffering from a similar feeling, is what do you do to get rid of the craving to ski? It's not like summer where I just accept the fact that winter has come to an end, I know people are still out there skiing so it only makes me want to get out there more.
you are not alone, I too struggle with a skiing addiction. I go to school in LA and dont have a car so trips to bear and mammoth are few and far between. The only time I got to ski was my month off in December.
what helps me take my mind of skiing
-getting involved in sports whether it is club or intramural they motivate you to progress in something.
During the spring I play rugby so that helps because usually I'm a little on edge after skiing is done so getting to tackle some bitches is pretty nice lolol then in summer I bmx and longboard. They're so much fun so I look forward to them and they give me something to try to progress at which is similar to skiing in a way. Then in the fall I'm usually adjusting to school so there's not much time for me to do anything. Pretty much I stay busy and make sure I have something to look forward to in each season. Then when winter comes and goes I can look forward to summer and it just repeats(: