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Old 06-05-2008, 13:57   #16
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You didn't get much boating in last year did you?
I hear the lakes are looking much better, and with the potential for lots of rain wednesday and thursday, all should be very well.

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Old 06-05-2008, 19:14   #17
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not trying to hijack this thread but....
knucklehead....we got in tons and tons of boating time last year. We spent about 120 nights on the water last season. I own my own company so can work from the boat so we basically were out there every weekend rain or shine and often friday a.m. to sunday night or monday a.m. It wasn't until late fall (mid-november) that water levels got real low last year. They are back up right now but not near 100% up but still...enough to go out with minimal amount of concern. We're boat addicts so short of not having enough water to go out of the slip...we're boating!

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Old 08-05-2008, 18:32   #18
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"I am on the St. Johns River about 42 miles inland. Drop me a line if you get this way again.......John"

Thanks, will do. Where does 42 miles inland put you? Have you run across a trawler called the Ozzymandias?
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Old 09-05-2008, 13:17   #19
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Knucklehead--You just listed the words that make an insurance agent cringe--new, Bahamas, no marine survey! Think of it as buying auto insurance. My son who just received his driver's license want to buy an $120,000 vehicle and drive it to Atlanta. He wants to stay in vacinity of downtown Atlanta near some projects. How much would his insurance premium be? Most insurance companies jack the rates up on boats kept in Florida or the islands during hurricane season.

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