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Hello and some questions from a newbie

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I just took a look at the bash thread but, unfortunately, I don't think the dates will work for me. Sad

Maybe next time. Smile
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@NeddySkiGoon, are you planning on going to the MyashBash?
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
FWIW. I agree with Pam....imo. Your best progress will come from signing up to a really good ski school in the resort...so a bit of research (and getting personal recommendations on here) will give the best results. There are some great British ski schools in the Alps.

If having lessons in the UK...I'd go to a "Fridge".
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Old Fartbag wrote:
FWIW. I agree with Pam....imo. Your best progress will come from signing up to a really good ski school in the resort...so a bit of research (and getting personal recommendations on here) will give the best results. There are some great British ski schools in the Alps.

If having lessons in the UK...I'd go to a "Fridge".


Only worth it if a fridge is near enough and quiet enough. Dry slope is a great technical basis for a long and happy ski or snowboard life because it doesn't allow you to be sloppy. Plus in terms of bang per buck a series of group lessons on a local dry slope is the best skiing investment you can make.
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Dave of the Marmottes wrote:
Old Fartbag wrote:
FWIW. I agree with Pam....imo. Your best progress will come from signing up to a really good ski school in the resort...so a bit of research (and getting personal recommendations on here) will give the best results. There are some great British ski schools in the Alps.

If having lessons in the UK...I'd go to a "Fridge".


Only worth it if a fridge is near enough and quiet enough. Dry slope is a great technical basis for a long and happy ski or snowboard life because it doesn't allow you to be sloppy. Plus in terms of bang per buck a series of group lessons on a local dry slope is the best skiing investment you can make.

I've seen too many people put off skiing by a Dry slope...including getting a nasty injury.....so I'm always hesitant giving it a full recommendation. I'd rather put the money towards a good resort ski school, or an extra private lesson when there. I appreciate other opinions vary.
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Old Fartbag wrote:
I've seen too many people put off skiing by a Dry slope.


But the op has already been and knows that they really enjoy it Puzzled I don't see the point in discouraging someone that already enjoys the dryslope...other than to tell them that the real thing is way more fun Very Happy
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SnoodlesMcFlude wrote:
Old Fartbag wrote:
I've seen too many people put off skiing by a Dry slope.


But the op has already been and knows that they really enjoy it Puzzled I don't see the point in discouraging someone that already enjoys the dryslope...other than to tell them that the real thing is way more fun Very Happy

Good point, well put.

Somehow I'd forgotten that....but the injury risk is still there (he says in order to save a little face) Embarassed
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
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Awdbugga wrote:
@NeddySkiGoon, are you planning on going to the MyashBash?

No, I've only got four weeks skiing, Pre Season Bash, Christmas in Livigno, Pre BB and the BB. The OH insists we have a summer holiday so that's my annual leave accounted for. Sad snowHead
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No, I've only got four weeks skiing,

You lucky s*d!
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