What a beautiful day today

What a beautiful day today

Post by ken wor » Tue, 28 Mar 2000 04:00:00


How's the snow holding up in Utah? I will be in Utah April14-16 and would like to
get a little snow skiing in before the end of the season.Spring cycle in full force
yet ?? Ice>>Corn>>Slush  yum!
P.S. ob-waterskiing here in Austin water temp 65 air temp 80ish
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> Snow skiing today, with my 3 sons on their snowboards.  We ran the Nastar ski

 
 
 

What a beautiful day today

Post by Mark Kovalcso » Tue, 28 Mar 2000 04:00:00

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> BRRRRRRR!
> Went out this weekend to Lake Ray Roberts. Air temp 80f, water 58f, a little
> breezy though. My first ride on a KD7000. It was OK but I still don't like
> the horizontal fin.

Then take it off. A KD7000 is a good example of a ski that doesn't need a brake
for many/most people. You will have to get used to a bit of a whistling noise in
the turns, but otherwise there is little difference except less drag.

--

Mark Kovalcson
http://www.perfectpull.com
Waterski Training Equipment

 
 
 

What a beautiful day today

Post by Brad » Tue, 28 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Already done.
Brad

Quote:

> > BRRRRRRR!
> > Went out this weekend to Lake Ray Roberts. Air temp 80f, water 58f, a
little
> > breezy though. My first ride on a KD7000. It was OK but I still don't
like
> > the horizontal fin.

> Then take it off. A KD7000 is a good example of a ski that doesn't need a
brake
> for many/most people. You will have to get used to a bit of a whistling
noise in
> the turns, but otherwise there is little difference except less drag.

> --

> Mark Kovalcson
> http://www.perfectpull.com
> Waterski Training Equipment


 
 
 

What a beautiful day today

Post by Marc Karstaed » Wed, 29 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Ouch!


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> > Air 85f, water 75f .....  mmmm spring in south Texas.....

> aw shaddup. Here's my lake:

>    http://www.winnipesaukee.com/weirscam/index.shtml

> :(

> tim