Here we go! A dedicated thread to skiing seeded bumps! I love 'em. What do you think?
ripped from the cannon thread: i don't recall any one on this board saying that all bumps should be natural all the time. in a matter of fact, i am all for a seeded bump run or two at every ski area in new england. for my pleasure as well as the pleasure of dedicated bumpers like joegm and crew. just because i love natural snow and naturally occuring bumps in a natural environment does not mean i wouldn't enjoy skiing a seeded bump run every now and again and i certainly don't begrudge other people the opportunity to ski their style of conditions. also, i think seeded bump runs on intermediate terrain are sorely needed to help get newbies and intermediates into the bumps without forcing them down a steep natural bump trail that is scraped to pieces. you have no arguement here joegm, i don't think you have an arguement from any one. and i think it would be in the resorts best interest to develop a dedicated seeded bump run for so many different reasons. i have seen a lot more cropping up in the past three or four years since this topic has been addressed ad nuasium here at FTO.joegm":1s6swwiw said:and another thing- for all the nonsensical clowns who say bumps should be all natural all the time: that thinking more than likely would have resulted in the cancellation of the olympic mogul competition in this years olympics. BRILLIANT :evil:
IT'S OK TO MAINTAIN RACE COURSES BUT IT'S NOT OK TO MAINTAIN BUMP COURSES...YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME :evil: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: