Daily&#39s Bowl

August 28, 2009
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About a year ago I was skiing with my friend at Deer Valley and we were having a blast. My friend and I could ski anything on the mountain. Are favorite run was Daily’s Bowl and that was the run we were going to do next. We got on the chairlift and went to the top of the mountain. We got off the chairlift and skied a little until we got to Daily’s Bowl he dropped in first and skied half way down and stopped to wait for me to drop in. So I dropped in and hit a bush and ejected out of one of my skis and that one ski went all the way to the bottom of the run. Then I took off my other ski and sat on it and started riding down but it was difficult to go down on one ski because there were moguls everywhere. I was going really fast and I hit a mogul and it turned my right into a tree and then my other ski popped off and went to the bottom of the run. So then I had to walk down the rest of the run and a lot of people were watching me and laughing as I walked down the run and it was kind of embarrassing. After I got my skies back on we went to the chairlift and I said, “That was the best run ever!”

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donaldj said...
Oct. 8, 2009 at 8:02 pm
This was a great story, but there were many things that could have made it better. You could have explained more about your ride to the top of the mountain, and what you saw as you were riding up on the ski lift. It would be nice if you told us what your skis looked like and what kind of design was on them. You could have also talked about what it feels like to ski down a slope. I like skiinig but have never got the chance to do it. After reading your story, it makes me want to ski even more.
Kurach p.6 said...
Sept. 28, 2009 at 1:31 pm
Your story had a very good plot, try to go over your story one time to proofread, your ski organization is difficult to follow. We were very confused on the amount of legs and skis you have?
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