When I got to the rink I was overwhelmed to see a groups of good skaters and their coach on the ice from another club somewhere in Montana. They had just competed somewhere on the "West Side" of the state and were trekking back to Montana and decided to stop at our rink and skate.
It was like skating on club ice. Good skaters going in every direction, everyone looking out for one another. Unlike skating on "public" ice .. where generally you are supposed to skate counter clockwise. I am really lucky that our rink is not very crowded and I can do my freestyle in all directions most of the time. I try to watch out for others and be respectful.
Today I worked on most of my single jumps. Unfortunately I ran out of space on my camera just before I started practicing the Lutz Jump. I was able to muster up the courage today to try several 1/2 Lutz Jumps and I attempted a full Lutz, both of which I "two-footed" (which means to land on two feet instead of one).