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Old 01-06-2004, 04:04 PM
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How many lunch runs do you take Gary? What with your boat being 3000 miles from where you work.
I'll be on a lunch run this weekend .... What Up?

Just kidding ... I won't take a challenge until I get a few hours at the helm so there won't be any excuses.

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Oh yes. We bad! And this isn't lake boating!
Let's go!

Man the first OSO fun run to the Keys will be very interesting! I can't wait.
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As I have read all of the grudge matches I chuckle a little because these are offshore boats not drag boats.
I love the top end runs and usually come up a little short but I will run long distance.
I boat mostly on the Chain of Lake in Illinois and I always have the guy who wants to race on the little lakes.
My reply is alway lets meet in at your harbor of choice on Lake Michigan and then the race goes to Mackinaw and Back solo. If thats not far enough We could extend it 200 mile into Superior I have made the run twice myself for fun but its amazing how many off shore guys are afraid to get off the little ponds. I wish the old Cig (will be this year) was faster but it will go the distance in fun water

As I said I love the top end but I the long distance runs are for me.

I also have never seen the century mark in a boat so if any one wants to give me a ride to that mark drinks and dinner are on me.

Lets have some fun this summer.

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If the water is bumpy enough .... prolly don't need more than 5 miles to see wasssup
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alright Thrillseeker, its go time. Me and you from Cedar Point to Casino last one there buys the bar a round.
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As I have read all of the grudge matches I chuckle a little because these are offshore boats not drag boats.
I love the top end runs and usually come up a little short but I will run long distance.
I boat mostly on the Chain of Lake in Illinois and I always have the guy who wants to race on the little lakes.
My reply is alway lets meet in at your harbor of choice on Lake Michigan and then the race goes to Mackinaw and Back solo. If thats not far enough We could extend it 200 mile into Superior I have made the run twice myself for fun but its amazing how many off shore guys are afraid to get off the little ponds. I wish the old Cig (will be this year) was faster but it will go the distance in fun water

As I said I love the top end but I the long distance runs are for me.

I also have never seen the century mark in a boat so if any one wants to give me a ride to that mark drinks and dinner are on me.

Lets have some fun this summer.

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You name the inlet, must be a small craft advisory, and you better bring your balls.......
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hey whats with the 30' limit, i will smoke plenty of boats in the big water with my 26' lets get it on
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