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Old 05-02-2004, 08:41 AM
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We also have this Force 10 Barbecue but did not use it once last year those butane jobbies work great and are faster and easier to handle. We spend Friday PM to Sunday PM on the boat every weekend in the summer.
We look at it like camping!
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Old 05-02-2004, 08:55 AM
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Million Dollar beach launch ramp is a million pennies. Althogh it is "crete" it is very shallow and docking is limited at best. Also the back up to the ramp is over 100 yards. I think either Fisher's or Harris bay are the best given your size etc. Nice gradual ramp, lots of docking, VERY VERY protected water..NEVER gets rough and big parking field.

G.L. The more I think about it. Fishers would be your best bet. Plan on driving down to Ft Ann on Rt 4 to Rt149 and cutting over to the Lake that way. Did yuo talk to Paul about the run ?? Also get Cowlis Chris to come on down and have some fun


As far as the thread is concerned. Im partial, and Im not going to debate this thread. I wish they would put a lock in at the end of L.G. so we could connect the two together then we wouldnt have to ask this question
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Like camping...........ina big $$$$$ camper!!!
Thanks for the info. Mentioned it to the wife....you should see the look she gave me!!! Cooking on the weekend....on the boat?
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Lake George noise rules???? mmmmm

What about my direct exaust GLH? May be I'l have to turn those silencers ON when I'l come across cops overthere...
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Old 05-02-2004, 10:27 AM
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Lake George noise rules???? mmmmm
What about my direct exaust GLH? May be I'l have to turn those silencers ON when I'l come across cops overthere...
You might want to listen to the blown hardware that will be at this thing, I think your 454 won't raise to much hell!!!
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The Cops will or should I say should be working with us on this event. You guys from other Lkaes shouldnt have to worry about the noise for the weekend. Us regulars on the other hand will be marked men for a different time. Athough now that I think about it. Mr Dick, I mean Officer Dunn is now in Proby school for the Sherriffs Dept. Maybe we all will be alright
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