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Old 03-23-2011, 09:16 AM   #21
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Hopefully the plastic strainer is the only damage.

We have ours on a lift at the marina. It has always made it through the winters here okay. Last fall it was running a little rough so I'll probably need to pull it out and tune it up. I like to pull it out in the spring and give it a good cleaning anyway.

I understand what you mean about being out on the boat. I have spent a few nights out on the pontoon. Anymore we seem to only use it to run our jug lines and an occasional cruise. Sometimes family members will take it out and find a sandy beach to picnic and swim with the kids.

Weather here has been unusually warm, highs in the 80's. It will be turning cooler with a high today in the mid 70's, high 60's tomorrow and back to mid 70's friday, then 60's again on sunday.

Man, I'm dizzy after that!
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Old 03-23-2011, 09:24 AM   #22
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Well..............Best layed plans of mice and men. We were going to get or camper out of indoor storage today !!! Woke up to 3" of snow,thank you you old man winter !! Called the storage place,told them to keep Sally May sleeping in her warm home a few more weeks!! Its killing us to see everyone taking off or planning too shortly take that first camping trip of the year !! Hope you'all have nice safe trips in the coming weeks............we'll catch up soon. ----- Back to bed! really didnt want to see snow again !!!
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Old 03-23-2011, 09:29 AM   #23
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Thanks Big Red. Sorry to hear about the snow. Sometimes winter just won't give up. Hopefully it will warm up soon and you'll be out there enjoying camping with family and friends.
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Old 03-23-2011, 12:45 PM   #24
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I have to apologize to everyone still getting snow. It's my fault, I put away my snow thrower this past Saturday, added the Staybil and turned off the gasvalve and ran it out of fuel. We now have a little mention of the white stuff here tomorrow and possibly over the weekend.I knew I should have just left it in the front shed, gassed up and ready to go but NO I had to push the issue!!!!
I meant no harm. I promise I won't do it next year
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