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Old 08-11-2002, 08:14 PM
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I am thinking of making the trip from VA, looks like about 17 hours. What is the best place to stay? Is any one looking to share a place for that weekend. It will probably be just myself and maybe my brother or a date.

Also JBK, if I remember right LOTO is your playground, from our drunken meeting at the OSO party in miami.

Also is their a web site for the Shoot out???

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Old 08-11-2002, 08:22 PM
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Here is the link to the website.

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As far as lodging, try Tan-Tar-A. You could also go through a management company. Do you have any preferences of were to stay?
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Mpally,

I really don't have a huge preference on where I want to stay. I would like to be close to where the parties are so I don't have to boat at night on a unfamiliar lake. It is possible I could sleep on the boat, but a 27Fever is a little cramped. All I really need is a place to tie up at night. I usually end up sleeping on the boat anyway

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Well, if you want to stay close to all the action, then I would suggest Lazy Days, the Ledges, Inn at the Grand Glaize, or Compass Point. Hoever, we have a house, so I do not have any of the numbers. If noone else responds with the numbers, I will try and find them for you.
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Mpally,

I appreciate the help. I was just looking at what class I may want to enter in. I think I fall under the V2F1 winner last year did 77mph. I will need to get a different prop to take that.

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I like Lazy Days they have vairy nice docks in a no wake bay. Or if you want to stay on your boat party cove is jest around the corner. The state park has a vairy nice lonch ramp and don't forget to bring some Beads.


http://www.funlake.com/accommodations/lazydays/

http://www.toomeys-mardigras.com/
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What size motor do you have? Remember, 500's are considered modified, not stock.
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The 500's are considered the 'F' factory class. The 'S' stock class is for the 454mag's & 502's.
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MNHowardcat & Mach1shorty

I am running a 500efi (stock), so I am pretty sure it is the V2F1

V= V hull
2= 27-30'
F= Factory/modified 502
1= Single motor

So lazy days is right beside the INFAMOUS party cove, Oh and yes I always bring beads, The girls in Lake Murray SC learned that

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I could never get a answer outta them ...

I heard the smallest boat class is 22'... is there a class for a 18' w/modified small block?
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