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  1. #11
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    Default Best Slalom Pics of the Season Thread


    Wills first time on a slalom
    2013 LSV
    2006 outback DD sold
    2004 Stingray 180LX sold

    David

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    Default Best Slalom Pics of the Season Thread

    Unfortunately not best pics ( taken with iPhone)

    14 year old has been ripping it up this summer


    11 year old is improving.
    Jeff

    2012 Outback V

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    IMG_1621.jpgski.jpgI've been spending a lot of time this summer trying to round those silly little balls! I'm improving very slowly but surely- made them at -15 32 mph the other day
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    Looks good to me.
    If you believe something to be true, it will be - in it's consequences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiyaker View Post
    IMG_1621.jpgski.jpgI've been spending a lot of time this summer trying to round those silly little balls! I'm improving very slowly but surely- made them at -15 32 mph the other day
    Didn't you just start skiing the course behind the OBV last year? You're really rocking it!
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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    These photos are behind the 2001 Nautique - right??


    Quote Originally Posted by kaneboats View Post
    Didn't you just start skiing the course behind the OBV last year? You're really rocking it!
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    Actually those photos are behind my ski partners Malibu lxi. we tend to toggle between it and my 01 nautique for course skiing. Whoever gets done with work first grabs his boat and gets it ready. OBV takes the open water action though if I can get to 22 off I'll put the OBV back in the course to prove it can be done- for me the wake on the OBV at 22 off feels really pretty good especially at 34 mph if I keep the ski on edge. This year I've put about 50 hours on each boat- I had initially intended the two boat system to be temporary until I figurd out whether course skiing was just a phase I was going through but now I think it's here to stay. I have 3 boys now so it's possible I'll eventually need a bigger open water boat- but I can't see giving up the big water vacations or the ski club- I like to do both.
    2008 OBV
    2001 Ski Nautique closed bow
    attracted to shiny things that float

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    Don't blame you one bit. Gotta be nice to have the cake and be able to eat it too.
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
    2008 LSV
    2000 Outback LS (sold)
    Exile Tunes
    PWI
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiyaker View Post
    Actually those photos are behind my ski partners Malibu lxi. we tend to toggle between it and my 01 nautique for course skiing. Whoever gets done with work first grabs his boat and gets it ready. OBV takes the open water action though if I can get to 22 off I'll put the OBV back in the course to prove it can be done- for me the wake on the OBV at 22 off feels really pretty good especially at 34 mph if I keep the ski on edge. This year I've put about 50 hours on each boat- I had initially intended the two boat system to be temporary until I figurd out whether course skiing was just a phase I was going through but now I think it's here to stay. I have 3 boys now so it's possible I'll eventually need a bigger open water boat- but I can't see giving up the big water vacations or the ski club- I like to do both.
    That's great..........I'd do both if I had the opportunity!! Live it up.
    2007 Moomba Outback - waiting for summer!

    Why Not? Play Hard! Get wet

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    That makes more sense. If that was a V drive wake I was going to have to start rethinking my evangelistic platform.
    Have you tinkered with 22 off? IMHO - don't wait for 15-34 to go 22-34 - if you are running 15-32 and getting some at 15-34 consider 22-30. It will help make that 15-32 pass seem more attainable.

    Quote Originally Posted by skiyaker View Post
    Actually those photos are behind my ski partners Malibu lxi. we tend to toggle between it and my 01 nautique for course skiing. Whoever gets done with work first grabs his boat and gets it ready. OBV takes the open water action though if I can get to 22 off I'll put the OBV back in the course to prove it can be done- for me the wake on the OBV at 22 off feels really pretty good especially at 34 mph if I keep the ski on edge. This year I've put about 50 hours on each boat- I had initially intended the two boat system to be temporary until I figurd out whether course skiing was just a phase I was going through but now I think it's here to stay. I have 3 boys now so it's possible I'll eventually need a bigger open water boat- but I can't see giving up the big water vacations or the ski club- I like to do both.
    If you believe something to be true, it will be - in it's consequences.
    http://bensonwdby.home.comcast.net/

    1999 Mobius - DD - 5.7L Carb - Perfect Pass

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