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Old 03-31-2008, 07:30 AM
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Originally Posted by White Knuckles View Post
I will have Kimmer and Jayboat with me in my boat, but we could probably fit a couple more if need be.

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Thanks Tom,

whats the schedule look like, anything going on for Saturday? I talked to my buddies last night, and they are OK with staying on land if there is not enough room, they were kinda psyched to have my boat up there, but understand I cant take a chance at breaking it. If there is something going on Saturday, I may still bring it, if I can get it to run just a little better before then, but Sunday may be crazy for me dealing with the crane and all getting Trents boat in and out, I was going to let them use my boat Sunday, and I stay on land, but not when it is running like this.

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I am planning on taking the boat on Sunday. I don't have a problem with taking it on Saturday too, but we were planning on visiting with everyone in the pits, and taking in the event from the land on Sat., and being in the boat on Sunday. I would be happy to pick you up after you get Trent in the water if they let me get that close to the pits in the water.

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rchevelle71,

Too bad your boat is not going to be around. Just splashed the resin bucket "Chevre" this weekend, and I might be able to keep up... Kent
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Are pit stops allowed in boat racing????
I thought you were always on a pit stop.Dave
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Originally Posted by rchevelle71 View Post
Tom,
we'll probably just stay on 192, but I have stayed in a few crudhole hotels,

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The guys who work for me refer to those as "joe-tels",
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Originally Posted by White Knuckles View Post
I am planning on taking the boat on Sunday. I don't have a problem with taking it on Saturday too, but we were planning on visiting with everyone in the pits, and taking in the event from the land on Sat., and being in the boat on Sunday. I would be happy to pick you up after you get Trent in the water if they let me get that close to the pits in the water.
Thats cool,

we'll probably just stay land bound since there is more to the crane process than it looks like, there is waiting in line, getting the harness ready, parking the truck, retrieveng the truck after the race, waiting in line again, getting the harness ready, bringing the boat back to the pits etc. etc. I figured if people wanted to party on the lake saturday we would do that, but I am also very much OK with staying in and around the pits saturday. I believe testing starts at 2:00 PM, last year we watched testing from the restaurant deck, maybe we can all meet up there.

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Originally Posted by KMP View Post
rchevelle71,

Too bad your boat is not going to be around. Just splashed the resin bucket "Chevre" this weekend, and I might be able to keep up... Kent
Boat looks great, but from the GPS #'s I saw, you'd smoke me
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Originally Posted by Wardey View Post
I thought you were always on a pit stop.Dave
Bring that boat, and we'll see
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Old 03-31-2008, 02:03 PM
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The guys who work for me refer to those as "joe-tels",
I have heard that before, and thats why I dont work for you
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Originally Posted by rchevelle71 View Post
I have heard that before, and thats why I dont work for you
Aw, come on Rick. You'd have to join my union. Right now, I lobbying for more hours, and less money.

I'm torn right now, between going to the Classic Races this weekend at Lake Dora, or going to St Cloud. I may do both. Do they race at St Cloud on Sunday?
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