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Old 03-26-2004, 10:33 AM
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Has anyone heard of "Treasure Cove Resort Motel and Cottages". This is where we were thinking of staying, but I know nothing about the place. Also, if you have any recommendations that would be great.

Shane: Thanks for the offer, sounds like a good time! I'll definetely follow up when the time gets closer. Thanks!

Mr. Velocity, I'll try and stop by but I am pulling the motor saturday and replacing the transmission. I got all my parts via UPS yesterday. It was like Christmass time at my house. With all the popcorn foam you would have thought it was snowing.

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Ted, the owner of Treasure Cove is one of my VERY BEST FRIENDS! His cottages are BEAUTIFUL! Like epeek said, many of the motels were built manyyears ago and are updated a little each year. The Treasure Cove has all the ammenties you will need and is home of the premier charter service on the lake with protected water for docking. Tell Ted you know me from OSO (the net). I will be spending Sunday this weekend together and will tell him you may be calling.
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i think in July to lake george escape camp ground. I jus bought a 40 foot Monaco Windsor coach and going up with 10 family's for the week. When it gets closer i'll p.m you.
Sounds GREAT! Keep me posted. If you don't bring the Outerlimits we can run the Skater.
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no it will probally stay at home, i don't want to be in jail on my family vaction and it lots of work.
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IT'S A SHAME i WOULD LIKE TO GO THERE ALSO FOR A WEEKEND WITH THE BOAT BUT WHO NEEDS THE HASSLE
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I have heard the hassle trying to jet-ski on L.G. is 100 times worse...
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I have heard the hassle trying to jet-ski on L.G. is 100 times worse...
It can be....
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I have heard the hassle trying to jet-ski on L.G. is 100 times worse...
Well if it is, it certainly doesn't bother jet skiers,
because there are a shlt load of them out there.
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Panther,I wouldn't be afraid to bring your boat up.
There are plenty of performence boats out on the lake.
most with thru hull exhaust. I have never gotten a
hassle and I always run with my exhaust open.
If you have dry pipes it might draw attention,but
regular thru hull is almost never a problem. It's
the guys who run around like a$$holes that get pulled
over,mostly to see if they are drunk. Then if the are not
the get a exhaust ticket. I just got my yearly report from
L.G. and only a few noise tickets were even givven last
year.
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Panther,I wouldn't be afraid to bring your boat up.
There are plenty of performence boats out on the lake.
most with thru hull exhaust. I have never gotten a
hassle and I always run with my exhaust open.
If you have dry pipes it might draw attention,but
regular thru hull is almost never a problem. It's
the guys who run around like a$$holes that get pulled
over,mostly to see if they are drunk. Then if the are not
the get a exhaust ticket. I just got my yearly report from
L.G. and only a few noise tickets were even givven last
year.
EXCELLENT point Rick.
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