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Old 02-11-2002, 06:07 PM
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<STRONG>...I get to take Pamela

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And you won't need to carry a PFD for her either - I think she's exempt

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Old 02-11-2002, 06:08 PM
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Ok, so maybe the first run will be Cedar Point? I'll call tomorrow and find out if reservations could be made for about 20-30 boats (too low/high?). Their marina is very nice and is next to the Millennium Force™. Just checked web site and we can reserve slips of 10 or more for groups.
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If you guys hit C.P. let me know I'm in slip 823. I would also make my move soon the guest docks get busy. I would think Kelly's would make for a better spot on a fun run better atmospere than C.P. and a bit different than PIB. You can also catch the Rocket to shuttle you around the area.
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Scott good idea about Kelleys. I don't think sun, beer and the Millenium Force go to well together!
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I was thinking that if you had a lot of people together CP might be a crowd breaker kinda tough staying in a group and dealing with the long lines. I would have to say if you have never tried it by boat it's a must for small groups or familys.
They do have a shuttle that takes you to different spots around the park. A lot of the time we don't get there till late Friday night and take advantage of short lines and Friday's restaurant in Hotel Breakers. They (the bar tenders) know us all too well at Bay Harbor (the marina restaurant). Like I said anyone needs info or suggestions on staying there feel free to contact me. Scott
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Keep me in the loop too. Scott, you still have those cup holders? It may be the only part of the boat that works at this point. Ever split a hull and deck apart? Boy is that fun, at least it will be right when I get done with it. Only gonna get one engine done this winter, Oh well.
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Scott, Kellys Island sounds fun also. I'm open to anything. Just want things planned in advance so we can schedule the dates this summer.

Scott, you can arrange Kellys...then drive up to Detroit then back down with the group
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Cedar Point has lots of openings right now. If we did as group, we would have to book for two nights. Otherwise, each boat could make their own reservations. If that's a trip everyone wants to do, then we just need to pick dates. Thursdays are good days.

What about one day at CP, then to the Flats in Cleveland and back to Put-n-Bay.
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96Vyper, friends of mine made the trip to Cleveland last year and weren't impressed with how boater friendly it was. They said they wouldn't go back. I have never been so it's only hersay at this point.

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I've heard the same thing about Cleveland--not boater friendly---gas,docks,etc, especially for a large group. Don't forget if you guy's are coming from jefferson beach that's a long haul for a large group! Let me Know about Kelley's etc. I'll be in, probably have 4/5 more following. Cedar Point is on my list for early spring, I hate those 2-3 hour lines.
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