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Old    cryft            09-03-2003, 6:36 PM Reply   
Today I had a horrible face plant while trying to cross the wake riding switch. I said screw faky for today and starting jumping wakes, and I got 7 feet in the air for the first time(15 feet of stretchy rope and no tower/pylon too.) It seems like everytime I have a bad fall I do something I've never been able to do before. This happened before I got any air, before I could olly/bunny-hop, and before I did my first surface 180, also it happened before I could even edge at all(but that was like rolling across the surface of the water at high speeds without much pain kinda thing.) Most of these falls had nothing to do with what new thing I did after the fall.
Am I the only one that has to get the out of them before they do anything worthwhile?

(Thinking about deliberately having a bad fall for good luck everytime I go out.)

(Message edited by cryft on September 03, 2003)
Old    Thane Dogg (thane_dogg)      Join Date: Jun 2002       09-03-2003, 8:58 PM Reply   
I don't know why, but I always feel better after I ride and wreck myself pretty good. If I get back in the boat a little sore, I know I rode hard, and it makes me feel like I pushed it.
Old    martini            09-13-2003, 2:14 PM Reply   
photo's would help...

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