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 Post subject: A Day at The Lake
PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 6:16 pm 
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Didn't Feel like going out of town this weekend so the Family and I set out Sunday Morning for some Wakeboarding,our family passion.

We knew it would be crowded and they limit the number of boats to 100 so we parked the boat in line on saturday night and went home to rest.

The alarm rang at 4:30 and we moaned and groaned but we all gathered at the car. After a 10 minute drive and a stop by the doughnut shop we were in the dock line.


Boat # 8 t0 hit the water we enjoyed the calm before the crowd arrived


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Getting up early has advantages

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It was time to Hit the water and Molly was up first. She wanted to hit the Morning Glass but it was a little chilly.

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But 79 degree water isnt too bad so in she went

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It wasnt long before frowns turned to smiles Molly cutting glass

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Next up was my Daughter Jenny.

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She doesnt usually get up this early

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Again it was Glass

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Jenny gets some air

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And some backlight

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After Jenny it was Mom's turn. ....... My Wife Anna............................

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Ready to tow

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And up

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Another Glass Cutter

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It was Ladies Day in the Boat

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A Shot of the Lake. 8am 9-03-06

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Artsy Shot

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Molly takes her flag duty serious

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And finally it was Pops turn

Old Man Lauching

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Old man air

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Motocross style

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And one last time.. Ill be sore all week....

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A Great Time With My Family 8)


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 10:01 pm 
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Right on, mang! With riding like that I bet the other boats thought those young chicas were part of your harem, not daughters. :D Way to do cool shit with the fam. Definelty an inspiration. :thatrocks:

My girls love being outside but are still too young to "participate". I can't wait for the day when their telling me to "hurry up" or "just do it, dad. Don't be a puss".

So, do you live up to your name while with your girls? :mrgreen:


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How great is this...perfect summer interlude TR. Really great you're able to get the wife into it....mine tried once & fell & said uh-uh.

Sounds of elk bugling in the mtns & the 1st tinges of snow on the very top....the change is near.


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Sweeeet TR-Brings back some good memories...thanks to you, I want to buy a boat now.

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Finally, some new reading material. I thought I was going to have to post a TR of crappy Montara shorebreak out of desparation...

Looks like fun. You should get one of these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEgTzSrTDMI

Oh, too late - it is already off the market:

Quote:
CPSC staff is aware of 39 injury incidents with 29 of those resulting in medical treatment. Those injuries include a broken neck, punctured lung, chest and back injuries and facial injuries. Sportsstuff has received reports of two deaths in the United States and a variety of serious injuries. Sportsstuff has been unable to determine the cause of the incidents. Nevertheless, the company has withdrawn the kite tube from the market and is undertaking this voluntary recall out of an abundance of caution.


Incredibly hazardous!!


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As soon as those came out, signs went up every where I boat. NO TUBING DEVICES SHALL LEAVE THE WATERS SURFACE. Seems they are carnage causers


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As soon as those came out, signs went up every where I boat. NO TUBING DEVICES SHALL LEAVE THE WATERS SURFACE. Seems they are carnage causers And Wysplit, you and CiCi are naturals. You need a boat


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Damn I miss wakeboarding, just not the end of the month gas bill. Tough to beat the early morning glass and good times with friends and family.

Edited to add some video stoke.

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