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Ski Tips for Kids

Ski Tips for Kids
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2 Responses to Ski Tips for Kids

  1. james Tasse March 1, 2008 at 6:44 pm #

    Ten years since you taught a lesson?! I could have sworn I skied with you at Killington around 2003. . . There’s a good South Park episode dealing with the pizza/french fries approach, but I’ve never heard of the peanut butter and jelly thing. . .

  2. Heather Atwell March 3, 2008 at 10:27 am #

    Ten years since I taught a KIDS lesson. I retired from adult lessons five years ago.
    The peanut butter jelly thing is just something you say out loud when you step the skis to kids. It does not really mean anything, just reminds the kids to keep moving.

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