Getting a little bored of the same old spots, wake foiler Louis Floyd took up an invitation to head into the boondocks in the search for something new. Although the odds favoured a failed trip, it turned out it was a chance well worth taking.
Do you ever get to that point in the season when you’re tired? When doing what you love becomes a little mundane? This is how I was feeling for a few weeks and I couldn’t shake it and – to be completely honest – I guess I can say that I am a bit spoiled because, living in Florida, you are blessed with endless waterways from the lakes to the beaches but sometimes it can become boring as it’s the norm for you.
This is when I put in a call to a long-time friend of mine, Chris Garrison. He’s been shooting action sports for longer than most and knows a few hidden gems here in Florida. A few years back, Chris spoke to me about a buddy of his that had been quarrying his land for quite some time and had built his own lake. We were always so busy with this and that, I never actually realized at the time that this guy has pretty much built his own private Caribbean island about an hour away from where I live!
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