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Old 11-06-2007, 04:08 PM
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Just looking for somewhere to park my truck and trailer in KW while down there for the PR. Thanks in advance for the help
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Old 11-06-2007, 08:13 PM
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In the past I heard that people were allowed to use the pits at the races, I would ask Stu Jones to be sure though.
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There is a HAMPTON INN as you come into KEY WEST, a lot of big rigs park there. If that is not available call for VIP submarine parking. BILL P.
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Hi Mike, what day you headed down?
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Hi Mike, what day you headed down?
Thursday I think, we are pulling into ft lauderdale right now with hammertime, hey mike, does hammertime stand for what you were doing to that harring prop on you kitchen table yesterday?
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When you take a right at the Charter boats, take your first right into the parking lot. Last year many guys had trucks and trailers parked on the right side of the road before you take the loop back under the road at the charter boats. I think the town has someone at the ramp right there so you could ask them if it is legal.
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Go to Bight Key West Marina on Roosevelt. They have a parking area across the street from their ramp. That is where we parked our trailer last year along with many of the bigger cat trailers.
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We launched our boat in the Key West City Marina and have a slip there. We also have the trialer parked there. Doris
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Thursday I think, we are pulling into ft lauderdale right now with hammertime, hey mike, does hammertime stand for what you were doing to that harring prop on you kitchen table yesterday?
Hey we forgot to put speakers on the upper deck!!!!

You fly up here and I'll head down there.
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