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Old 03-24-2004, 10:52 PM
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Man you are stylin. What kind of stoves are you guys running? if ya don't mind me asking.
Big expensive ($14.99)butane stoves. Those things are bullet proof (we've dropped ours in the lake a couple times, just dried it and go)clean and they heat like crazy and can cook anything. Killer for eggs, beacon, pancakes, toast and everything else later in the day. Keep an eye on it they get HOT!!! They even come with a case!

Butan cans are around $2-3 bucks and last 4-5 meals. Weights about 5 pounds



This site has them for $14.99 but if you do a search for "portable butane stove" you can get them anywhere.

http://www.softwareandstuff.com/h_mi...tbutanstv.html

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Old 03-24-2004, 11:33 PM
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That one shot further back is interesting...with that breakwater with the boat going though the whole. What's dat???
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Glh, I should able to make it this year.

Yes, kanookstr I did whip out last year.

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G.L The run is on the calandar. Count me in.

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Old 03-25-2004, 07:42 AM
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That one shot further back is interesting...with that breakwater with the boat going though the whole. What's dat???
It use to be a train track bridging to the Islands it was decommissioned in the '70s and the rotating bridge was taken out.
You can see it in the satellite picture of Leg 1 we go north/west and after going thru the same cut as the picture head south toward Burlington.
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We are planning on being there. This was one run we regreted missing last year.
Excavator said he is in as well.
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Ill check with the rest of the Hudson River crew down by us.
GLH, I got your VM and will try and give you a call when I get through all this paperwork on my desk
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I would love to do this also... the lake looks gorgeous..

2/23 baja/288 sunsation ??
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Old 03-25-2004, 10:03 AM
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sterndrivespec wrote on 03-25-2004 08:46 AM:
that date looks good to me.by the way,NICE BOAT!,chris
Chris your PM box was full!

Excellent Chris try to get TopDJ to get his thumb out of his rear end and come up this year!!!
Looking forward to running with your wife and you again and thanks for the compliment.
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Looks like fun!!!
Yahhhh betsyahhh. yahhhhh.
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I am in. Best run I had last summer minus the hole in the bottom!
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