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Old 03-29-2011, 10:31 AM
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winter can go away any time now!
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Snow tonight and tomorrow. WTF!
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the snow has been crazy this year....i'm loving the winter and all the snowboarding (31 days in so far) but i'm ready to get out on the lake! I want to hit the trails on the mountain bikes and put some miles on our new road bikes...yes the only toy i will have with a motor is the boat!
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Well all the snow melted and we are getting a sh!t ton of rain...

No fueling at the marina for a while...



Or even stopping for a pop...

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Champ is around however....

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Don`t let a little water stop you
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not too many boats on the lake up to now I guess! 2 or 3 more weeks minimum would be my guess before lake is safe enough... right?
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Well all the snow melted and we are getting a sh!t ton of rain...

No fueling at the marina for a while...



Or even stopping for a pop...


Amazing how much water that Ethanol can attract
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this is getting to be insane....i was hoping to have the new boat by now! My dad lives out on an island, some of my propeties i take care of are underwater....i cant do any mowing or even get properties cleaned up for mowing with all this rain!
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Amazing how much water that Ethanol can attract
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