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Old 05-15-2003, 10:28 AM
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That i have no idea about, Gordo or JesseJames would know better then i for that....drop them a line
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I'll do that, thanks!!
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By car, Berger's isn't far, but by boat you are at the damn. Cheapest covered storage that I have found and I stay on the 18mm. Always makes for a GREAT ride home and 'usually' satifies me through the week. Honest people there that always have me floating when I cannot make it down before they close!

Kelly's Port is right around the corner and in the cove I used to stay at. A bit more pricey, but can be easily made up w/ differenec in gas. Except this year I have my own tank!!!!!!!!!! NahnahnahnahnahNAHH
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...smart a**....... Where is this tank? he he
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Summer O- wally's directions are correct. coming from the north down 54, go all the way through osage beach until you hit the stop light (insection of KK and Hwy54). stay on 54. your turn will be about a mile down on your left hand side. it is just past the dance bar called Country Lights. you will see a large blue billboard on your left hand side that says Lazy Days Condominiums. you will turn left off of Hwy54 on to Lake Road 54-62 (Lazy Days Road). Coming from the South, you will pass a mexican restaurant on your left. just a 1/2 mile past that on your right will be the turn.

i do not recommend using the ramp at Lazy Days for anything over 33'. it is tough to launch because of the angle of the ramp. the public ramp #2 is just a short distance away.

tell kay that chad faller said hello, it will put her on your good side.

if you are interested in storage i may know of someone that will be able to help you out. they are not on the water, but may be willing to launch and retrieve it for you when you want. they are some of the best people i have met down there and only deal with top end boats. if you are interested, give me a call at the office....217.965.5496.

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Old 05-15-2003, 11:38 AM
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tell kay that chad faller said hello, it will put her on your good side.

Ya, sure it will! There's more to the story, I'm sure!
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I would be nervous launching a boat over 20' or using a truck with a manual transmission at Lazy days. That ramp is just too steep, too long, and too narrow.
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SO the harbour marina has a runway for zee plane and indoor boat storage , probably in-out yaa too.

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I would be nervous launching a boat over 20' or using a truck with a manual transmission at Lazy days. That ramp is just too steep, too long, and too narrow.
Manual trans yes....i'd be a bit nervous too......over 20'...no problems there...i launched my old 30' Scarab without incident....4-lo and off she goes! The ramp can get a bit narrow for a larger boat but it can be done.
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thanks Jesse: I might be needing dock space on and off through the summer, I hope to find a more permanent home soon. I'll call you soon.
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