Virginia and Back: Day 5 Final Day
Day 5. The last hoorah! I managed to crack the whip once again and get the boys out of bed before sunrise. It was probably the hardest day seeing that …
Day 5. The last hoorah! I managed to crack the whip once again and get the boys out of bed before sunrise. It was probably the hardest day seeing that it was the last day and everyone was burned out. Once they got on the water though they had no problem burning up some rails. Everyone killed it for their last set and you will see in the video that its the best riding out of the entire trip.
Traveling on the road with friends is always interesting cause most of the time you never spend 7 days straight with anyone. Over a 7 day period peoples moods change, people get cranky or people laugh more. Going to different places to film wakeboarding is a great experience, the different types of people you meet that all gravitate towards the lake because of wakeboarding is amazing. The love of being on the water brings friends together and creates life lasting memories that we will all remember. We are all truly blessed to be partake in a sport that demands you to bring a friend.
I will have life lasting memories from the trip and I think everyone we met along the way will as well. Big thanks to everyone who opened up their houses, showed us their spots, drove boats, jetskis and any other act of kindness along the way.
I specially wanna thank, Andy Warden and Wife, Chris Hopf and Wife, Wake N Skate, East Coast Wake Park, Brian Reeder, Marc Rossiter, John Prehn, Everyone in SML, and the great sport of wakeboarding for making it all happen.