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Old 03-06-2005, 02:05 PM
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How is Piping Rock??? Seen their website , looks pretty nice.
Decent docks?? Where's the closest ramp Wolfeboro?
I stayed at Sandy Point for years , till my boat out grew their docks. Been at Naswa ever since , but the Harleys at 3am can be a little annoying . Last time I was across the street(the Inn) right in front on the first floor by the road. Other times I had a cottage by the water

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I was invited there 4 years ago and have been hooked ever since. boats over 25 are moored.
I rent a cabin overlooking the lake We keep the fireplace
going at night. we have a barn fire on the beach saturday night .Last year the cops came because are fireworks got a little crazy.
We tie close togthether on the north side of rattle snake.
and just hang out and swim in waste deep water.
Its Awsome way to bring the season to a end.
I launch at the public ramp at the old library 1 mile north of
Piping rock.
This shot taken off the dock at the "Rock"

I hope I dont fail the DB test this year.
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boats over 25 are moored.

If you don't want to get wet , how do you get to them
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If you don't want to get wet , how do you get to them
A rowboat?????
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A rowboat?????

Hope it's got a Big Block in it


Perhaps I'll just stick with the Naswa
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Having to seriously rethink our plans for the summer. We'd been planning since November, to trailer the boat up to New England. Had a nice job up there to do to help pay for the trip.

Right now it's going to depend on the gas prices. If it gets as bad as the doomsayers say it will, it would simply cost too much to trailer a boat roughly three thousand miles round trip. We figured originally it would cost maybe six/seven hundred bucks for gas. Now it appears it could be closer to 13/14 hundred just for the gas. And that's with the boat never leaving trailer.

Hey that's what I'll do, I'll just drive the boat around. And if I want to go boating, I'll climb up in the boat and let the wife drive.
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If you don't want to get wet , how do you get to them

Theres plenty of row boats and Kayaks. Theres also plenty of
kids that row us to the boats. Most of the people we stay with
have young teenagers that row us over. I usually throw them
a 20 spot for the weekend. 10$ for the rows and another
10$ to keep away from my oldest daughter

There is also a little private beach there. We usually
play with are R/C boats. But mine seems to always die way
out there. Usually call the 20 spot kid to go get that as well
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Great place, (we have a house on the lake). Watch your db levels, they love to bust on you for that. Keep the 150' rule in check and get a Bizer chart and you'll have a great trip! It can be nice and calm or the wind can howl - makes for some fun boating!
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