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Old 08-12-2008, 09:57 AM
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no ! Just go boating! That is my drug!

Will definatly be on the lake tomoorow(wednesday) with the Formula. Who else is on the lake this week?
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no ! Just go boating! That is my drug!

Will definatly be on the lake tomoorow(wednesday) with the Formula. Who else is on the lake this week?
I wont be out till this weekend...be careful out on the lake. Been hearing a few horror stories about people hitting floating debri lately....they are saying the lake is almost like as if it were spring. I've had to help quite a few people drag docks in that you would usually be pushing out deaper this time of year.
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I'm in missisquoi Bay which spot is the greatest to have some good times on lake champlain?
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To hang-out and raft up there's just off the beach in Treadwell Bay, between Point Au Roche and Cumberland Head when the wind IS NOT out of the south, on the NY side. And when she's blowin out the south, there's Thayers Beach, just outside Mallets Bay, north of Burlington, on the VT side. Both spots common hang-outs for the Champlain Crew. Of course there's Breakwaters and the Naked Turtle most anytime time of the week, in the evenings for cocktails grub and tunes
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Heres a few from this weekend.
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Couple more
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also if you dont make it down that far there's Palmers beach which is just on the other side of the train tressel in Carry Bay. Also Bare A$$ Beach which is over by Rouses Point.
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the orange cat is a '99 NorTek that was all redone with 1075's in it...6 hours on the motors. 53 feet
Actually that 53footer is an 1999 Airbourne. Only 2 tall decks (including the orange) one were built and only 15 total boats were built before the owner passed away around 5 years ago. The owner of that Orange Cat is Boudreau (I am not sure how to spell his name) Nice guy. He also owns a 37 Outerlimits with 850's in it.

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There were 60-70 boats in the run.
Great pictures as usual Tom!!!

I noticed quite a few Sunsation in there......

They are pretty camera friendly huh?
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well here's my plan: Going straight to Wesport on wednesday and sleep there, then thursday coming back slowly taking time to see willsboro and burlington area / beaches, sleep at Burton thursday night. Friday morning slowly going back home, if time allows me I'll go in Venise / Baie Missisquoi.

All this of course if weather is on our side!!!!

Anyone out there during these 3 days?
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