Dr. Doug's Ski Guide
Parking at the ski resort
An important start to a ski day is where to park your car.
Here Dr. Doug demonstrates that parking in a snow drift is not a good idea
(note the digger approaching from the left).
Moving the car
Once firmly embedded within a snow drift manoeuvering the car
can be difficult
but with the aid of a digger advanced off piste driving techniques
can be used (note the chain connecting the digger to the car).
Navigation of the Ski slope
With the care safely parked in the parking lot the next challenge
is navigation on the ski slope.
It is important to know
exactly where you are (and where you can get your next snack).
A member of the family makes a good ski partner in case of difficulty
If after eating your next snack you find that your ski suit is
much tighter than you remembered last year, take great care on
wide open green runs. If you mange to fall over on one of these
very easy runs and have difficulty standing because your ski suit
is too tight, then the "beached whale manoeuvre" shown below may
This involves laying in the snow and flapping you arms around
yelling "I can't get up my ski suit is too tight"!!
Dr. Doug's Guide to bungy jumping without a rope.