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Hey everyone. I live in British Columbia. Have two kids and live about 25 minutes from a lake. We go up all the time during the summer. Was looking into a cheaper option for a water toy and came across the Spark and here we are.

Pleasure to meet everyone.
 

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welcome aboard
it must be nice to be living on the east coast because of how nice it is their, aside from the fukushima radiation.
How soon would you get a Spark?
 

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Welcome to the forum! Where in BC do you reside!

BC sure is a beautiful province. I miss it everyday.

And a great please for water sports in Canada.
 

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Whats up Neptune, welcome aboard. Good to see a fellow Canadian on board, I'm in Toronto... Where abouts in BC you located? I have an uncle lives in Kamloops...
 

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Whats up Neptune, welcome aboard. Good to see a fellow Canadian on board, I'm in Toronto... Where abouts in BC you located? I have an uncle lives in Kamloops...
Do you guys even have anywhere local thats nice to open up a Spark or do you have to drive out far to a large body of water somewhere else?

Last time I visited toronto they had a big body of water by the skyline but it seems like it was way too busy for people to be using sea-doo's their.
 

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I live in a town called Chilliwack. Its east of Vancouver by the mountains. I'd be using the Spark at a lake near my place.

Not planning on buying until the weather gets nicer, if I do end up buying.
 

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I live in a town called Chilliwack. Its east of Vancouver by the mountains. I'd be using the Spark at a lake near my place.

Not planning on buying until the weather gets nicer, if I do end up buying.
Sounds like fun. Any pictures of what it's like in that part of Vancouver that you plan to use the Spark?
 

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The lake i usually go to by my house is Cultus Lake. That would be where I ride the Spark, although there are many lakes around that you can choose between when you are going out. i just pulled these from Google. I hate uploading my own photos.





 

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BTW I noticed people are starting to avoid eating fish from the west coast due to the rise in radiation levels and highly radiated fish on the west coast of north america. have you noticed any people avoiding it, seeing how you're in B.C. ?
 

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There are scares about water quality and fish all the time but I think the government does a pretty good job protecting the Georgia Strait from pollution. Its a huge industry for BC.

All the pics there are of fresh water.

Plenty of lakes to play on the Spark, or go wake boarding or water skiiing.

A bit of a boring place in the winter unless you go skiing, but I hate the cold. The summers are amazing.
 

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i have family in BC and I can say no. People are eating fish happily.
that might be because they either don't know about the issue, don't care or are getting fish from. Here's a look at apparently what the radiation spread was like:

 
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