Given the amazing vacation so far (because we love the heat and the water), it sounds like whining to tally the losses of this particular day. Except that they make a pretty good story, and I’m all about the story!
First loss: Max keeps his streak going and loses a tooth while on vacation. Four teeth lost: one in Hawaii, one in St. Louis, one at home and one at Table Rock. We convince him to make a wish and throw in the lake. The tooth fairy will still come, and we don’t have to try to keep track of a little baby tooth. Win!
|Max’s new gap (on the right) and his little tiny tooth|
|Cool straw tricks with his new “tooth” gap|
Second loss: We anchor at the back of our favorite cove when we are not boarding and surfing in it. Apparently, there are a number of trees that have sought their final resting place in that same area. Two of which Mike has expertly snagged on Sunday and Monday with the anchor. We know this because they were still attached to the anchor when he pulled it up – they must have wanted to move to a different spot. Today, the anchor is stuck and staying. Probably jealous of the trees.
After visiting 3 different marinas and hearing the words “No one really sells anchors on the water” Mike and I start formulating a plan to do just that. Seems like that is exactly where you’d want to sell anchors. On the water. Where boats might actually need an anchor – like maybe after they lose one to the lake gods.
Third loss: Towels dry faster when hung from the boat tower (remember, it’s a competition wakeboard boat so there is a nice tall tower) AND you go really fast. Except when they fly off and land in the lake. Sinking remarkably quickly for something that you would think would float at least a little.
Wondering where the tales of surfing and boarding are? Check out Part Two…