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    IceAngel- isn't there a rink close to where you live?

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    Originally posted by dlkksk8fan
    IceAngel- isn't there a rink close to where you live?
    yes but its horribly expensive. for freestyles its 12$$'S FOR 45 MINUTES! and in maine tiw as 2 hours for 10 dollars. and none of my skating friends skate here. and i miss them alot. its hard to skate at a new rink because the rink i skated at in maine was brand new, this one is crappy. sorta. so yah. and the coaches here all they want is your money. in maine all my coaches were awesome.

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    IceAngel-
    Can you get a annual pass? I have one for my rink where I can go to public sessons anytime. That doesn't include freestyle time. We have a adult public sesson for anyone 18yrs or older 11:45-1:30 everyday and there usually isn't that many people on it. I had the ice all to myself for
    1/2 hour last Friday.

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    I would skate at Ice Castles, Simsbury Connecticut, or World Arena in Colorado Springs.

    If I could make my OWN rink/training center here's what it would have!

    It would be in the woods somewhere...

    -The rink would be Olympic sized with a big huge window at the end of the rink so you could see outside when you skated. And mirrors would be put at the other end of the rink.

    -It would also have a pro shop and a little cafe!

    -If you walked along the path into another clearing there would be a fitness center on the lower level and a ballet studio upstairs.

    -There would also be a lodge where skaters could stay with a rec room, a ballroom (for dances!), and a pool!

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    Originally posted by IceAngel2007
    yes but its horribly expensive. for freestyles its 12$$'S FOR 45 MINUTES! and in maine tiw as 2 hours for 10 dollars.
    Wow I'm spoiled, my rink is only 5 mins from my house and admission is only 5 dollars for 3-4 hour blocks. And you can work out monthly rates that are even better deals. Too many hockey boys though.

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    My favorite place to skate is the lake located at the bottom of Keystone Mountain in Colorado. I grew up skating there, and dream of going back as an adult...slated for February 2005

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