There are many good reasons to support your local retail store this summer. Our Ed Notes from the current issue investigate …
Another long, cold, wet winter is finally coming to an end, and let me tell you, I am glad about that. I did manage to have one winter session on the Barwon River in Geelong over the winter months and, As fresh as it was, it was a great feeling to be back on the water again.
I have now been asked to be the technical editor of the magazine. it is a great honour to be asked to take on this role with the waterski team and write the ‘ed notes’ for this magazine.
Hello everyone and welcome to another issue. What a great time of the year; the silly season is upon us, which for many of us means holidays at our favourite ski sites.
It’s great to see another summer roll around the corner. As things start to heat up on and off the water, I have started to think about the great summer experiences I have had skiing. Having had 14 summers in the last eight years, I have been lucky enough to meet, ski and see some of the best skiers and sites from around the globe.
Hey guys guess what? Those chilly winter days are drawing to an end as the sun’s rays have a bit more warmth to start heating things up again. You will probably have given your boat a bit of a winter overhaul, and you should do the same with your gear.
Summer would have to be the best season of the year, And the season most waterski enthusiasts probably spend the other three seasons of the year dreaming about!
Whether it’s re-arranging your bedroom, getting a new set of clothes, growing a beard, or simply walking a new way to work of a morning, change and variety is an awesome way to break out of the mundane and the ordinary, not to mention freshen things up.
Any opportunity to escape the tanning rays of my computer monitor and I’ll take it. If it’s packing magazines for subscribers, or taking a flight up north to gather content for the upcoming issues of the mag I’m all for it.
The first mag of a new season is always an exciting time for us in here at Waterski Mag. Although the rain is currently beating against the window, and the thermometer is hovering around the 16 degree mark, there is still a lot to get excited about – even in wintery Melbourne.