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SendyMcSendyfaceTry and get a ski club or some shit organized at your school
THEDIRTYBUBBLEStart doing urban
oneill_seanI want too and there are two huge quad kinks at my school but i cant drive and my parents won't take me.
McNocheFirst of all, get off ns you piece of shit. What are you 12? And second, you will go no where in life on skies. You are shitty, can't even 3
daannnnieelare you in middle school or something? This idea might work when you get your own car but if you're relying on rides, cash, food and everything else imaginable from your parents wallet....
what makes you think your parents want to/will be able to drive you around all week long so you can ski, like do they not have any important adult stuff to do? I feel like you really need to rethink this idea.
Erikaaaonce you can drive - get a job at a mountain to make costs easier and then youll be spending a lot more time there
once you graduate you can pursue that dream of skiing - just finish school first. You have lots of time in your future
oneill_seanIm working there next year, hopefully i can do a little with park crew because they only have two guys, but i will mostly be instructing
oneill_seanWell my dad works at the mountain. My brother would take me down to Big Boulder but he is in college in Salt Lake now.
SlushTrust me bro, school first. I know, it sucks, and I know you want to ski, but if you do poorly in school in exchange for more time on the mountain, things are gonna be a lot harder for you later in life. Get good grades, and ski when you can. If you screw up your future by getting Cs in all your classes, there isn't going to be much skiing in your future.
If you really want to progress, build a summer set up. They're relatively cheap (