I didn't know that there were this many people who came to/lived on SML here, that's pretty tight. If I don't get a boat I may be hitting some of you guys up for rides. =P
Wake'n'Skate may be getting Ronix boards? Awesome. If I decide to upgrade I may demo one of those too.
I ride up by the cliffs (I dive off of them regularly over the summer when I don't have anyone to pull me). I live right by them, so during the double up competition, I went out onto our neighborhood's point and tried to film. Needless to say, it didn't work out so well. My video camera is more on the level of being um, archaic, to be simple, so yeah.
And if you think the lake's nice now, imagine it a few years ago, before everyone decided to move here because it was so nice, when it wasn't half as busy. Nearly all day on weekdays the water was like butter.
But Zach, down where I live, there are like, twelve people with boats. I've seen a Wakesetter, an X-2, and X-star, another X-star, a Moomba (the boat I ride behind when he's not working), a Supra or two, and come to think of it, someone else just picked up a Malibu down here too. That isn't even counting the dozens of people who ride behind ski boats and deck boats. I'm not sure if the Roanoke river scene is quite as busy, but up here the water is like glass starting around 5:30 to 6:00, minus the guys on wakeboard boats. If you want to find the places where the riders are, it's all at either end of the lake, the central area usually seems to get too much general boat traffic.
And thanks to Reeder, and Wake'n'Skate, Brostock came to our lake. Apparently LF loved it, so cheers to what will hopefully be another couple of years of partying on the lake.