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The seasons change and a new sport comes Like many states in northern United States Minnesotas seasons are drastically different Being from Minnesota myself I can attest to all the seasons With winter comes snow skiing Water skiing on the other hand comes in the spring and summer Depending on the water temperature and how ambitious a person is reflect the water skiing season Water skiing and snow skiing have both differences and similarities They are different in equipment and seasons but have similar aspects such as the level of difficulty Water skiing is a sport that may take a considerable amount of money depending on how much a person enjoys it Since water skiing is a water sport you have to have the right equipment to perform on the water A boat with a motor along with a towrope and a single ski or skis is necessary Some added features that may be used are life preservers which are used for protection gripping gloves a boom for the towrope and a wetsuit The expenses for all this equipment is not cheap at all Snow skiing on the other hand requires completely different equipment With snow skiing comes warmer clothing skis boots and poles The most common snow skiing is downhill skiing which is mainly done in the mountains The cost of snow skiing can vary but for the main part it is very expensive Due to the cold nature of the sport it takes a lot of equipment If all the equipment isnt present it takes the fun out of the sport As the seasons change so do the sports Water skiing coming in the spring and summer requires unfrozen water Most people like to wait until the water warms up to at least sixty degrees but some people like myself like to start skiing as soon as the ice comes off the lake Though it is very cold the urge to be the
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