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Old 09-14-2005, 09:08 AM
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Hey Nort I will be out on the boat this afternoon by the way Takes me 10 min to get to the ramp from work
Finally, some proof that AudioBoy ever had his boat in the water.
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Old 09-14-2005, 09:34 AM
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You Suck. But it's so true. Time to get out the 4-wheeler
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Old 09-14-2005, 09:57 AM
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I'm sure there is alot to be said for the boating season being longer like out west or down south. And in some ways I'm a little jealous of that. But having said that, LOTO is great, and for US lucky few that are full timers here, nothing beats being able to walk a few feet to the dock and take off for a ride. It is especially cool now that the season is over and it feels like you own the lake while out, even on the weekends. And there are still plenty of hot spots that will be going strong all year. And alto we may not be on the water durning the nasty times, there is still plenty to do down here. We are far busier partying during the winter than we ever were in the city. Our winter break is a trip to Puerto Vallerta in Jan. so that gives us the chance to recharge the batteries and get ready for the next season. All in all hard to beat being here. But the rest of you WC and southern guys have fun. And drink one for me.
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Old 09-14-2005, 10:18 AM
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Still in the 90's here, but your right its about time to WINTERIZE, By that we mean take our boats to Florida where the real poker runs are about to start.
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still in the 90's...... we will be good for another week or two..

Yeah....sure. And we don't have drive-by's either.
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