radarannex Posted April 23, 2010 Share Posted April 23, 2010 Hi fellow skiers, My name is Kevin, a skier from belgium. Am visiting my brother who is starting a business near Phoenix. Anyways we bought a new EZ-slalom removable course with pre-gates and magnets. Got a permission to put it in Lake Pleasant, AZ from the local authorities after numerous emails with them. Now you have to know that Lake Pleasant is a really big lake with about I dont know for sure but atleast about 45 coves. ONlY 1 cove is left open for skiers, all the other coves have been closed down for fishermen. First week went ok, no problems and even removed the course during the weekend so that we wouldnt disturb anyone when the waters got more busy. (a lot of wakeboarders in the weekend with huge boats and lots of loud music and beer) Second week day two, there is almost no one on the lake due to bad weather for arizona norms. When we arrive at the cove we find that our course has been cut just after the pre-gates. We are still lucky I suppose because mainline is fixable and recovered most items of the course. But end result is no more slalom skiing for me on this holiday through our course, pre-gates with balls missing, and one anker missing. Really am disgusted... After all the work to get the permissions etc, not even to speak about the price because, the course is quite expensive. I really feel let down and althoug I am not saying this wouldnt happen in Europe, I think it wouldnt happen as quickly on a lake this size, where we absolutely disturbed no-one. So if anyone knows where we and my brother might get a good pull or a ski-lake where we could go with our ski nautique please let us know. Ps i really enjoy reading this site very informative and buying my new D3 Z7st was from the info on this site.... Best regards, K Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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