to ski or not to ski
I woud like some opinions undestanding there is probably no right or wrong answer.
My husband grew up skiing. I did not. At 30 years old I started skiing on an anuual ski trip with my husband, friends, and our four daughters that came along over the years. I was a decent skiier, not great.
We did this for about 20 years then stopped when schedules for children did not allow the family trip.
I have not skiied in 14 years.
We are planning a reuniion ski trip for our family, husbands, fiances at the end of March at Mammoth Mountain.
I have had my pacemaker for 2 years this month. (2nd degree AV block) Everything is going well. I am 65. I have no known health problems. I am fairly fit, not overweight and like to walk, bike, and moderately hike. My knees are not great.
I am aprehensive about skiing again at this time. I don't want to risk a crash, damage to my pacemaker, or other body parts to prevent me from doing the other things I enjoy.
I will go onn this trip regardless and know I will have a good time. I have mixed emotions to ski or not to ski.
I am looking for opionions on risks of skiing at this time.
Thanks for reading the history. I appreciate any input.
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