Skiing toward fall

SKI SHOW

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ALBERT LEA, Minn. — It’s an event that marks the end of the water ski show season in Albert Lea.

The Bayside Water Ski Show team held their annual Labor Day show for folks at Edgewater Bay.

The show signals an end of the summer season for the squad.

But, it gives the team one last chance to strap on the skis and put on a show for everyone to enjoy.

“It’s definitely tuned up,” Show Director Tim Frazier said. “We have had a lot of practice now and probably throw out a few new things and making some of the stuff we weren’t able to make at the start of summer.“

The team did get a late start this year with all the rain and no wake orders issued during the spring.

Frazier adds despite that, the team did very well this year and had a lot of fun.

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