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Old 10-07-2011, 01:11 PM
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Question--where do you run a boat that big in Colorado ?

I took a job in Denver and I did not see any lakes that could handle my boat.

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Old 10-07-2011, 04:23 PM
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Smitty-gotta travel. Everything is a long way off in the west
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Gotcha-- that's what I figured. There really are no lakes near Denver, they are all resevoirs !!! I ended up finding a job back in Illinois, but my time in Denver was cool and I wish I was still out there.
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Very nice old classic. Was never an arch fan though
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Very nice old classic. Was never an arch fan though
I love the arches. We did the first one in '83. A guy in the same indst. park as Sonic at the time on Oakland Park blvd named "Panther Tanks" built it out of aluminum. When it was finished we went down in my '79 Ford Ranchero and picked it up with two guys in the bed to hold it down. We eased back to the shop at 10 mph.
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