What with restrictions on motorboats, a day on the lake can get a little boring, and frankly, born-again prude Ricki's boobs aren't what they used to be anyway. Get yourself a natural lift, with the Lakawa School of Kiteboarding.
Helmed by certified, White Bear Lake-based, instructors who've been shredding the kite-propelled gnar for years, Lakawa's finally put the the finishing touches on a full-on, rookie-to-pro regime that teaches would-be winders how to "find their ride", presumably because their newfound skills have carried them clean across the water from the parking lot. Go from kite-on-the-beach novice to certified big huck thrasher via four main classes (all priced per), which start on the ground in large group settings for kite control, board basics, and flight fundamentals, and escalate to on-the-water one-on-ones, where a jet-skiing instructor will provide pointers and critiques via an in-helmet headset as you're "pulled by that magical silent wonder up in the sky" -- thanks, ghost of Helen Keller! Properly skilled, you'll be invited to the crew's fully arranged "field trips", like a state-traversing, Cabin-to-Cabin-Hopping tour, and the Lake of the Woods Kite Safari that, in addition to day-long kiteboarding sessions, will feature copious amounts of camping and grilling, where you'll be interrogated with questions like "why did you go in after only kiteboarding for six hours?".
And because every so often Minnesota gets cold, the dudes provide frozen-lake fun by kite-ing with skis or a snowboard for those who want to get whipped around on the ice, which, by the way, would also be a pretty standard subject for an episode of Ricki Lake.