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Old 08-04-2003, 10:15 PM
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This one is my favorite Start of the last leg!!! Hey Frank if you have more Email away!

I'll try from Left to right,

Airpacker, Dave, Doc John, Todd, glh, Paul, Yves.

Background are the begining of the White Mountains of Eastern NY with train tracks half way up.
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Paul, GLH and Dave's Checkmate
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Sterndrivespec and Doc John with his 33 Eliminator in the Background
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32 Sunsation and Doc John starting to gather some steam (got to watch those Bravos with 725ft/# of torque!

Thanks Frank for the pics.
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GLH,
Thanks for putting on a great event. Hopefully it continues for years to come. Unfortunately I broke a gear in a drive and did not make it to burlington. My Brother in his Scarab completed the run and won second with his cards. He had a great time and thanks you as well. By the time I made it back to the ramp
in the bay and had my daughter bring the trailer down and then drove to the turtle, most had left. I am sure I will catch up with you at some point this summer now that I know what your boat looks like. Again thanks.

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I wish I could have made it, but with replaceing my 200amp service so I can build out my leaky roof that kept me busy all weekend , I did manage to put in 3 hours on sat at the lake
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Great run. Back from vacation. I ended them in beauty with you guys.
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Thanks GLH for a great time. Everyone abandoned me at the turtle though. I stayed until about 1 am. Was lucky enough to get a ride to my hotel but not lucky enough to remember the room my brother and I were staying in. Needless to say it was a long night sleeping on the floor in the Spectre. Again thanks for a good time!!!
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... Needless to say it was a long night sleeping on the floor in the Spectre. Again thanks for a good time!!!
It's easy to stumble in that place. Glad you rembered what your boat looked like!
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I offered you the Audi not Infinity, German not Japenese come on!!!!
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