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Old 01-30-2008, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Outlaw_30 View Post
Yeah....that's Lake Monroe to the east, and the St. Johns river to the west which turns north and runs all the way to the Atlantic through Jacksonville.
It was beautiful. Looked like perfect water for a 30 Outlaw!
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Originally Posted by Speed2Lead View Post
Hey, You dont want any of this place!!!!!! The mosquitos are huge the hurricanes pack a wallop, there are aliens swimming up on our shores, the heat and humidity are off the charts,Women in thongs in winter. You best stay out, it's HELL down here...LOL
I don't think I could live there. I'd be boating every day instead of working!
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Originally Posted by BajaFresh View Post
It was beautiful. Looked like perfect water for a 30 Outlaw!

Looks perfect........but don't get in!!!!!! CHOMP CHOMP!!!
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Originally Posted by Speed2Lead View Post
Hey, You dont want any of this place!!!!!! The mosquitos are huge the hurricanes pack a wallop, there are aliens swimming up on our shores, the heat and humidity are off the charts,Women in thongs in winter. You best stay out, it's HELL down here...LOL
I was over at the Rollie 24 also from Friday - Sunday. Dave
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Originally Posted by BajaFresh View Post
It was beautiful. Looked like perfect water for a 30 Outlaw!
And perfect for a 29 Outlaw too

Yeah...lived in that area for 18 years and miss it most during the winter months. You can't have it too bad in Nevada??
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Originally Posted by Dean Ferry View Post
Yep,
It's a boating paradise, and just plain paradise everyday. I work in Orlando, but we live on Merritt Island, 39 mile commute 1 way, and worth every $ of gas
Merritt Island kicks ass. I rode a bike thru there last month. I couldn't deal with that salty slime/dew every morning though.
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Originally Posted by kennyo View Post
Merritt Island kicks ass. I rode a bike thru there last month. I couldn't deal with that salty slime/dew every morning though.
The salty/slime dew is only on the beach side, (cocoaBeach, Cpae Canaveral, Satellite Beach, etc), where the surf is constantly putting salt water mist in the air. When I moved here in 1990, I lived on Cocoa beach for a month, (Co. Relocation package!) and every morning, all the retirees would get up and run their cars thru the rinse rack. On MI, we don't have that problem.
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Originally Posted by Outlaw_30 View Post
And perfect for a 29 Outlaw too

Yeah...lived in that area for 18 years and miss it most during the winter months. You can't have it too bad in Nevada??
I guess compaired to MI in the winter we don't have it too bad here! I can boat all year long although it can get a bit chili. Today's low is about 30 but will warm up to mid 50's and witht the sun, will be pretty nice. Just hard to get used to all the dirt and rocks with no green and only Lake Mead for water. This is what we call a nice beach on Mead!
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Originally Posted by BajaFresh View Post
I guess compaired to MI in the winter we don't have it too bad here! I can boat all year long although it can get a bit chili. Today's low is about 30 but will warm up to mid 50's and witht the sun, will be pretty nice. Just hard to get used to all the dirt and rocks with no green and only Lake Mead for water. This is what we call a nice beach on Mead!
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It's funny, Lake Mead is on the top of my list, of lakes to boat on, when we win the Lotto and we go boating all summer long, all over the US!
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