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Old 08-31-2010, 11:59 PM
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Here's some we took...















Last two shots are my boat incase you saw me
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Love these shots. I really wanted to get over in the spectator fleet and cruise around- what a great scene!

Was that you in the red 20?

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Thanks I was in the solid red 20.
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Thanks I was in the solid red 20.
There were red Baja's all over the place!

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There were red Baja's all over the place!

Lake of the Ozarks has a lot of Bajas of all colors I think!


Nice pics plowtown. I bet the water was a lot of fun in a 20.
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Nice pics plowtown. I bet the water was a lot of fun in a 20.
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Both mornings I got from the 26mm to the no wake zone in a few minutes but both nights it took over an hour to get back at idle. Anything over 2 footers and I get my butt kicked
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Both mornings I got from the 26mm to the no wake zone in a few minutes but both nights it took over an hour to get back at idle. Anything over 2 footers and I get my butt kicked
When I was young a buddies older brother had a Bryant 23 (open bow runabout) that he would take to PC. At the end of the day when everyone was leaving he'd haul ass out of there. We were passing everything from big offshores to cruisers (they were smart enough to basically idle) getting just TOSSED. Some of the scariest boating I've ever seen. He was pissed one day when he found stress cracks in his interior, I was like "you're lucky to have a boat in 1 piece at all!"
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