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This year I decided to compete solo dance. I competed international patterns dances and it was soo much fun! After competing at three competitions I qualified for the National Solo Dance Final. It was an amazing experience and I cant wait to compete and try to qualify again next year. I competed the Ravensburger Waltz and the Silver Samba and placed 5th overall. There were 11 people in international pattern dance and it was my ...
In 2018 I participated in 2 christmas shows. The 2nd one I performed in was in Colorado. I skated to "Santa Baby" by Ariana Grande. I choreographed the whole thing by myself and had a ton of fun performing it. It was so fun to make and perform with new friends in Colorado! You can watch it right here, Hope you enjoy! :)
I got to skate on the lake at Keystone. It was so beautiful with the mountains in the background. Also it was snowing when I went which made it even more beautiful. The lake was really big and had a christmas tree in the middle. On the rink it also had a closed off section for if you wanted to play a hockey game or something. It was so beautiful and I had a ton of fun. If you are ever up there for skiing or even if you go up there just to skate on the ...
This year I was in 2 different christmas shows. The first one I participated in was in Wisconsin. I did it with one of my good friends Naihua (@naihuaskates on instagram). We skated to "I Want a Hippopotomaus for Christmas". She dressed up a hippo and I dressed up as a little girl. We choreographed the whole program by ourselves and it turned out pretty good:) I had so much fun performing it and I hope you enjoy watching it!
Along with freestyle I also work on ice dance a little bit. I am almost done with all of my gold dances! I think ice dance is so fun and it helps develop your skating skills as well as posture. If you thinking about doing some ice dance I definitly recommend you try! You can watch some of my recent Ice Dance tests right here!
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Building a zamboni or "homeboni" is very simple. We used 1 inch PVC pipe. Glued it together in the shape you see in the picture.
Once you hook a hose to it, you just need to adjust the water to the right amount. The right amount is very hard to know. We put one hole in the top T so we could easily see the water flow. After a few trials we know how much to adjust based on the top hole. On our homeboni we adjust until the water lands on the outside ...
QOTD: Like a sandcastle, all is temporary. Build it, tend it, enjoy it. And when the time comes let it go. ~Jack Kornfield
Every year we make a ice rink in our yard. Here's how!
16 2x8x10 boards
30x50 Tarp (preferably white)
25 2 foot rebars
Lots and lots of water
Step One - Set up your boards making sure they are aligned.
Step Two - Use miscellaneous boards to screw together the outline.
Step Three - Pound in 1 to ...