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Old 08-14-2006, 10:26 PM
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Might convince Gardner to have the party at his house!
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Old 08-15-2006, 12:27 AM
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This run sounds like fun no matter which way we go North or South. You can count me in.


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Whats wrong with the Turtle ?? Chuck, did you piss someone off again ??
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Old 08-15-2006, 08:51 AM
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Whats wrong with the Turtle ?? Chuck, did you piss someone off again ??
Me and the guy that manages the docks had some words. The owner of the turtle told me that if I'm not welcome at the docks, I'm not welcome at the turtle. Part of the problem is that I think he is mistaken me for someone who was rude to his employees two years ago. You know who I'm talking about, but I'm not going to throw out any names. It is too bad, I like the turtle, but for the two times a year I'm up there it isn't worth kissing their ass. The guy who runs the docks is rude to everyone, including good regular customers of the turtles here on this board. Rico at the Lighthouse Marina would bend over backwards to have that kind of money spent in his establishment.

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Any pics of your Tiger ride on Taureau?
The Rooster of course......a short run ...but a real one.... ....see you one the labor day week-end
With my new toy !!!!!
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Old 08-15-2006, 09:12 AM
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The Wyndham Burlington on the Lake is NOT accepting reservations for Sat. only. You must reserve Fri. and Sat.

Guess I'll crash in the rig.

Made reservations this am for a slip at Breakwaters for Sat. night.
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So where should I launch. Keep in mind I have never boated on this lake and know nothing about it. The Turtle and the launch near it are the only two places that I know about.

I wont need a slip as I am pulling back out right after the run to get back to LG and our Log Bay Cristmas party and parade on the lake
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Old 08-15-2006, 01:09 PM
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Bob, Peru dock would probably be your best bet.
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Old 08-15-2006, 02:22 PM
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Heading North to see a new corner of the Lake

We'll go from 1PM
-Thayer Beach To in front of Mooney Bay Marina NY
-Mooney Bay to Lighthouse Point Marina... http://www.marinalighthouse.com/restaurant2.html ...Where Rico will have us for a late lunch he has saved docking space for the whole bunch.

-After Lunch little ride back to Burlington or Mallets for who wants to put back on the trailer for a party starting at Breakwaters Saturday PM.

Milage is roughly 33 Miles from Thayer to Rouses Point and 42 miles back to Burlington...
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