With all of the discussions lately about qualifications and ratings and sanctions for drivers around BOS, my question for everyone is: What do you think a good driver should do for you from the skier perspective? (I don't really care about the politics of this sport, it is sad how bad it is getting.)
My things are:
1. Do not yank the handle on me when idling out.
2. Be smooth in the when turning a button hook.
3. Hit the throttle the way THE SKIER wants it, not the driver.
4. Turn the F*#$@$g
engine off when you can, gas is expensive.
5. A cold beer and a dry towel is a nice touch as well (I think only my beautiful wife does that one for me…)
Thanks for your opinions.
Mike Loeffler - "Someone somewhere is having a real problem today...My bad skiing is NOT one of them"