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Old 04-16-2003, 01:02 PM
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As long as she's thawd by my June first week trip, I'll be happy
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Old 04-17-2003, 08:58 AM
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Hi guys,

US is back to yellow alert. Should be ok for my I-68 (boat landing permit). :-)

Alose, thanks Kanoo for your tips on props. I have also heard good things about Houston props. Those guys are everywere on every forums! But I'l go with York seems like you had good experiences with them.

Party is comming.... april 17th..... I should ask my boat dealer to get my boat ready for may 15th.

Ready for Canadian Beer GLH? Forget about Molson I've got something better called Boréale - natural beer.
I'l bring some... ;-)
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Hey JS232, Is there a form for us USA guys to be able to go into Canada without stopping??? I sometimes go to Venice for lunch and dinner.
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Old 04-17-2003, 03:14 PM
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Hey JS232, Is there a form for us USA guys to be able to go into Canada without stopping??? I sometimes go to Venice for lunch and dinner.
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Here you go Claude CANPASS

http://www.ccra-adrc.gc.ca/newsroom/...ss_boat-e.html


http://www.ccra-adrc.gc.ca/newsroom/...canpass-e.html


http://www.ccra-adrc.gc.ca/customs/i...aq_boat-e.html

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Old 04-23-2003, 02:36 PM
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Lake now open we will be all set for August!!! Went for a ride on Sunday now I have to get accustomed to triming that bad boy.
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Thanks for the info GLH, I will call about the pass this week.

Lake thawd!!!!! cool, I'll be up May 31-June 6.
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Milk run huh? You guys are makin a 7 hour trailer ride sound almost tempting. Heck,its onlt 420 miles from here I need some more info on lodging,launching etc before I can make the call though,and a co-driver for the run down. Wife and kiddy are goin to CA that week to visit family so I can do a "boys thing" if I want she says So where do I go/stay/eat etc? Would I be better off launching on the NY side or the VT side. Its the same mileage from here to either side really.
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The eating is no problem Airpacker, Theres restaurants, and places for food pretty much everywhere. As far as staying, I believe most of the guys are staying on there boats in Mallets Bay. But theres some Hotels in Burlington a few miles away. Not sure if theres any at walking distance, but a taxi is only a phone call away.
Theres lots of info toward the beginning of the two pages of posts, Also GLH is from that area, he should have some suggestions.
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Oh forgot one more thing, If your into Camping, theres a campground at Mallets bay where the gang will be hanging out in there boats that night. (the bay that is) Good weather protection for the boat, and where most people will be launching from.
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Airpacker,
Come up 401 cross at Cornwall take 11 towad Plattsburgh take the ferry at Plattsburgh Across Champlain toward Burlington. You gotta come down we'll have a blast I can hook you up for hotel if you need but I'm sure we can hook you up on the water!!!

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