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Progress your park game at Park 1260 this summer... even if you do not have one yet!

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So there is basically seven months until the 19/20 season starts. Think about how much you can improve your game in that amount of time. Even if you stop out once a month, or just a few times over the summer, you can progress. You can easily add some new tricks to your bag, and have a lot of fun in the process. Check it out!

Here are some upcoming dates, you can also setup a private session on just about any day.

SAT MAY 11 @ 1-4 PM
SAT MAY 18 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 1 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 8 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 15 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 22 @ 5-8 PM
SAT JUNE 29 @ 1-4 PM

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1 hour ago, skier150 said:

So there is basically seven months until the 19/20 season starts. Think about how much you can improve your game in that amount of time. Even if you stop out once a month, or just a few times over the summer, you can progress. You can easily add some new tricks to your bag, and have a lot of fun in the process. Check it out!

Here are some upcoming dates, you can also setup a private session on just about any day.

SAT MAY 11 @ 1-4 PM
SAT MAY 18 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 1 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 8 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 15 @ 1-4 PM
SAT JUNE 22 @ 5-8 PM
SAT JUNE 29 @ 1-4 PM

Do you still ski at Blue?  Seems like just yesterday you were in charge of the free riders at blue. 

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I took some kids up there several times around 10 years ago. He actually had a pretty nice setup in his yard. Seems to be a bit of work to maintain, also. 

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On 5/8/2019 at 1:21 AM, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

Do you still ski at Blue?  Seems like just yesterday you were in charge of the free riders at blue. 

I get to Blue from time to time.  Mostly I am at Camelback and BB.  I know, right... unfortunately that was like 15 years ago.

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On 5/8/2019 at 4:35 AM, momskeeztoo said:

I took some kids up there several times around 10 years ago. He actually had a pretty nice setup in his yard. Seems to be a bit of work to maintain, also. 

Thanks!  Yes, it is not your typical backyard setup.  There is constant work to be done to keep things in shape.  The features are resort quality and are not cheap to fabricate.  In the process of ordering a new topsheet for the box at $500-600.

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