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-   -   Spring is here (Thanks Dave) (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=103540)

kristian 03-15-2004 5:06 AM

OMG Dave, I think you read my mind! Two days ago I went boarding and froze my nuts off. And today, even though I didn't get to ride (Driver got stuck at work) it was finally warm. As I sat on the pier cafe drinking a beer, over looking the water, 68 degrees, and I was sweating my ass off, and I couldn't help thinking the same thing, I was finally excited, SPRING IS HERE! You can smell it in the air. Though the shorty will be staying on for a bit longer (50 degree water, bbbbrrr) I'm just happy it eventually came, its been a long long winter. And now reading your article, it just made it so much more pure and authorized. Thanks! <BR><a href="http://www.wakeworld.com/articles/2004/spring.asp" target="_blank">http://www.wakeworld.com/articles/2004/spring.asp</a> <BR>

harryhog 03-15-2004 5:16 AM

well, i'm still gutted, it snowed in england last wednesday, so its still the full steamer, gloves and inner boots, cause it ain't gettin warmer here for a while

kristian 03-15-2004 5:49 AM

But look at the boat you get to ride behind, its not all bad.

harryhog 03-15-2004 6:13 AM

when d'u find out about that mate? <BR>

kristian 03-15-2004 8:24 AM

You posted it somewhere, I think. Or I'm telepathic? who knows.

harryhog 03-15-2004 8:39 AM

ah, fair enough, think i may have posted it you're right. Its not got any ballast in at the moment cause they're just getting used to having it, hopefully they will soon tho, cause its a really nice shape, but still really small, we expected it (tige, switchV) to have a huge wake even without ballast, cause thats' what their website seems to claim, nevermind tho.

aaronlee13 03-15-2004 9:31 AM

I went riding last week, outside temp was 82, not sure what the water was excatly, but it was nice! want to go ride again!

kristian 03-15-2004 9:59 AM

Harry, as soon as you put some ballast in there, you'll see how great that wake can be.

puckinshat 03-15-2004 11:34 AM

Well, I just dropped $400 on a drysuit, some sacks, and a vest. Now I just need the foot of ice on my lake to melt so I can get the boat in the lake. I've got spring break next week, but being only 36 degrees outside, its not lookin promising. I would go break through the ice, but I don't think my hull can handle it.

harryhog 03-15-2004 11:58 AM

kristian, i'm looking forward to it, if you're ever back in england u should pop up show us some moves, pretend to be a loughborough student, ha ha <BR>

rock_n_boardin 03-15-2004 12:16 PM

Yeahhhhh, Boarded at Canyon Lake on Saturday. Water 67 to 69 air 85. Perfect, just 2 weeks ago it was 56 and 70. Even got my first sun burn!!! Oh and only 3 boats on the lake!! I love SoCal!!

wakeforce139 03-15-2004 4:27 PM

i hear you on the first sun burn, it actually feels good getting this first burn, let's see here...i have been out the last three weekends, went out both days this weekend and had beautiful 82 degree weather (trunked it too for all you with ice on your lake still...)

wakepaula 03-15-2004 5:19 PM

HI KRIS<IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0>)

wakeeater 03-15-2004 5:42 PM

i rode delta friday was a tad bit chilly but fun nine the less

kristian 03-15-2004 10:15 PM

HI PAULA <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" border=0>

aquaholic 03-16-2004 6:31 AM

Damn I love livin in Fla. I been trunkin it since Feb <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0>

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