We've now gone to the lake enough times that we've got everything down to a science. We load everyone up on the boat with all our food and coolers and head out to a little island.
We joked with Val and Tony that we had rented out the entire lake for them. I swear this is Texas' best kept secret.
It definitely seemed like we were out there all alone.
Val and I floated around on our rafts and sent the kids back to the boat when we needed another beverage. It was the perfect scenario. Although, I bet a floating cooler would work out nicely too.
Of course the whole day couldn't be spent just sitting around and being lazy. We had to let the Gonzalez family try to wake board. Everyone gave it a try.
And Nicholas gave private instruction.
It wasn't a successful endeavor, but I think everyone had fun trying.
I keep telling everyone not to base their opinion about how hard or easy it might be on Nicholas because he makes it look so easy. Tony and Val didn't really believe me until they tried. Now they're believers that "it's not as easy at it looks".
After wake boarding we headed back to our island to pick up the coolers and have a snack. This time the boys got their hands on our rafts. Not cool.