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Old 06-21-2009, 09:17 PM
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Looks like they've improved the dockage?
I'll buzz you next trip over.......as you can see had a big crew with 3 rigs!!!
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Old 06-22-2009, 07:56 AM
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JP, could i get the Cig in there? We'd like to hook up with you guys maybe this weekend coming up.
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JP, could i get the Cig in there? We'd like to hook up with you guys maybe this weekend coming up.
You won't have any problems the end of the "T"s will have plenty of space also if you come in from the side of the ferries you will have space.
They were not done putting them in last week they will finish this week.

At worst if you want to make yourself even more nervous go and scope them out before you bring your rig over.
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JP, could i get the Cig in there? We'd like to hook up with you guys maybe this weekend coming up.
If the dock config was like Wednesday evening, it would be tough at the end of the "T"'s because the center connection mounts were sticking out, but if they finish this week, like GL stated, it will be no problem at all. We also still could back in a few spots at the ferry end. Saturdays looking good...hopefully it sticks!!!
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Hey gl. what are the plans for fourth of july? I start my 2 weeks vaca that saturday and want to know what goes on that afternoon/evening?
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Is it still 1st come 1st served? Or are they requiring reservations? Can't remember.......
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Is it still 1st come 1st served? Or are they requiring reservations? Can't remember.......
I always reserve.
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If the dock config was like Wednesday evening, it would be tough at the end of the "T"'s because the center connection mounts were sticking out, but if they finish this week, like GL stated, it will be no problem at all. We also still could back in a few spots at the ferry end. Saturdays looking good...hopefully it sticks!!!
According to your picture they were not even done on the finger you were parked at, they went further out with another set of docks and the end is flush you can park large boat at the end.

Plus they are coming out with a finger along the Northern Lights Cruise boat parking facing North for smaller boats >30'.

There will be a total of 20 spots up from 9.
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Hey gl. what are the plans for fourth of july? I start my 2 weeks vaca that saturday and want to know what goes on that afternoon/evening?
July 3rd is Fireworks in Burlington.
July 4th is fireworks in Mallets Bay.
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July 3rd is Fireworks in Burlington.
July 4th is fireworks in Mallets Bay.
GL you going to have the mut in the bay on the 4th?
I'll be missing the 3rd in burlington due to Gregg's sons graduation party but we are trying to figure out where we can go watch some decent fireworks for the 4th. We'll be down by the Port Kent ferry at the gf's camp anyways so it wouldnt be much more to shoot across and hang out for the fireworks that night.
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