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6ballsisall
09-05-2005, 11:03 AM
My boat seems to sip the gas real lightly. I haven't tracked it to a "t" every tank but it seems like I only burn between 2-3 gallons an hour! Thats mixed between just cruising around at 20-25 mph and slalom speeds. I believe my 86' was more in the neighborhood of 6-7 gallons an hour. I am tickled pink with the consumption of my 95' What kind of consumption are you seeing?

Tom023
09-05-2005, 11:06 AM
Approximately 5 gal/hour with same type of use, with two adults and two kids...X30 with LTR.

Leroy
09-05-2005, 11:54 AM
Believe you had a 454 with a carb also!

With 330HP LTR1 I get between 3-5, 3'ish if wakeboarding or just running around 20-30mph, 5 ish if skiing.

6ballsisall
09-05-2005, 12:03 PM
Believe you had a 454 with a carb also!

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Nope, just a Ford 351W :cool:

erkoehler
09-05-2005, 12:49 PM
Either way, it is damn expensive to fill up! :mad:

6ballsisall
09-05-2005, 02:33 PM
Either way, it is damn expensive to fill up! :mad:

Congrats on 3k Erk!! :worthy:

Actually when I broke it down and figured the hourly cost of fuel and regular maintenence it's actually a pretty cheap sport. Don't factor in the cost of the vehicle though :rolleyes:

When you think about it, $9 an hour for fuel isn't bad for a days use. 6 hours of boating is $54 in fuel. 18 holes of golf on a decent course which is only 3 hours of singular enjoyment can run you $100 pretty quick.

bret
09-05-2005, 02:39 PM
The fun factor outweighs keeping up with it...it's simple: you have to pay to play, no matter what your vice is.

T Scott
09-05-2005, 02:40 PM
Congrats on 3k Erk!! :worthy:

Actually when I broke it down and figured the hourly cost of fuel and regular maintenence it's actually a pretty cheap sport. Don't factor in the cost of the vehicle though :rolleyes:

When you think about it, $9 an hour for fuel isn't bad for a days use. 6 hours of boating is $54 in fuel. 18 holes of golf on a decent course which is only 3 hours of singular enjoyment can run you $100 pretty quick.


I use the same logic with my wife. :D

6ballsisall
09-05-2005, 02:42 PM
I use the same logic with my wife. :D


Tell her you could be doing worse things with your money :D

Danny R
09-05-2005, 05:42 PM
I hope more people will get involved in this discussion due to the recent gas prices.
I had a 2001 Prostar 195 with 310 TBI. It was running at around 12-13 litres (3.1-3.4 US Gal) an hour. It had a 28 Gal tank and could get a good 7 hrs out of a tank. I now have a 2003 Prostar 197 with 310 TBI. It is running at 17-18 litres (4.5-4.7 US Gal.) It only has a 26 gal tank and I can just barely get 5 hrs on the tank. The 197 wieghs about 350 lbs more than the 195 but I feel it is a lot more fuel. We put 100-120 hours a season on our boat. I am contemplating the instalation of a Tadger. www.tadgergroup.com.

redmike
09-05-2005, 05:56 PM
I burn 2-3 gph on my 88, love the new boats, but gotta pay for that extra hp somehow....

BrianM
09-05-2005, 10:00 PM
I burn 2-3 gph on my 88, love the new boats, but gotta pay for that extra hp somehow....

Only 2-3 gph on your '88? I burn more to the tune of about 5-7 in my '88. That is all 34 -36mph slalom though.

6ballsisall
09-05-2005, 10:13 PM
The fun factor outweighs keeping up with it...it's simple: you have to pay to play, no matter what your vice is.


Tru dat' Tru dat :smile:

BriEOD
09-05-2005, 10:17 PM
That is all 34 -36mph slalom though.

I'm not sure we're all talking the same apples here Bri. A slalom run of footin run is surely going to burn more fuel than a kneeboard or wakeboard run, or even just crusing (or forgive me for saying it, tubing). We normally only go out for 3-4 hours at a pop and I burn anywhere from 4-7 gallons in my 87 depending on how much I slalom.

6ballsisall
09-05-2005, 10:20 PM
In 3-4 hours you only burn 4-7 gallons in total or per hour? :confused:

BriEOD
09-05-2005, 10:31 PM
Per Hour...I wish I burned only 4-7 gallons per 3-4 hours trip! :D

6ballsisall
09-05-2005, 10:33 PM
Per Hour...I wish I burned only 4-7 gallons per 3-4 hours trip! :D

Ok! you had me with my jaw down to my knees. I wanted your secret potion for fuel economy. :D

BuoyChaser
09-05-2005, 10:57 PM
has anyone else tried a Tadger on their boat, or any vehicle for that matter...checked out the website, couldn't find any information on how much it cost...here's a list of the USA reps, but none of them have email addresses from a name-brand company: http://www.tadgergroup.com/international/usa_reps.php

sounds a little fishy to me...

in my old '85 19' ProStar we get 3 skiers at 36mph running 2 sets of 4-6 passes on 5 gallons of gas...haven't tried that yet on the new '05 197 ProStar, but it has a bigger tank and seems to be burning fuel faster...only have 10hrs on it, so that appears like that could be causing some of the decreased fuel efficiency...

Workin' 4 Toys
09-05-2005, 11:32 PM
We use about 4-5 g per hour. But we do quite of bit of cruising in the 30-35mph range. Not to mention skiing, wakeboarding, & kneeboarding. Put $78.00 in in saturday morning and it was dry by sunday noon. So we took the others out that still probably had fuel in it from when it was 99cents a gallon if that tells you how long it bee sitting.

Our 86 used 7-9gph for awhile, then had it tuned in by an expert and went to 4-5 with higher top end to boot. So i guess the couple hundo was worth in the the long run.

whitedog
09-05-2005, 11:52 PM
In the '88 we use about 3- 4 gal/ hour. That is a mix of salom, footin, and usually a swivel skier (15 mph), trick skiing, sometimes jumping and a little cruissin. When there is alot of footing it gets up to around 7 gph real fast.

Farmer Ted
09-05-2005, 11:53 PM
4 gallon per hour

redmike
09-06-2005, 12:26 AM
Only 2-3 gph on your '88? I burn more to the tune of about 5-7 in my '88. That is all 34 -36mph slalom though.
yeah, but I am the only one that slaloms, and half the time I can't find a friend who can pull me out. So, it is 2-3 gph wakeboard/kneeboard/doubles/and the stupid tube (for my friends not coordinated enough to do something else, I persecute them on the tube!

BUSSTUFJ
09-06-2005, 09:16 AM
X-45 with 8.1 iter. Good thing it has a 90 gallon tank.

AIRCANX09
09-06-2005, 09:58 AM
We consumed about 3-4 gal/hour this season. It was $65/day for 3/4 tank, every day for 10 days. Found the most used was for wake-surfing. Ballast and boat loaded up, going 10mph, could almost watch the guage going down.

Thrall
09-06-2005, 11:52 AM
Between 3 and 4 gph consumption on my 96 190, LT-1. Mix of boarding crusing, free skiing (30mph).

prostar205
09-06-2005, 01:55 PM
I use 6-7 gallon per hour with a mix of cruising and wakeboarding.

Not too bad for a X30 weighing in at 3,600 lbs and loaded with people, ballast and the 425 hp, L-18 engine.

Costs me about $150 to fill up the 61 gallon tank and that lasts about 10 hours on the hour meter.

jraben8
09-06-2005, 02:17 PM
The last time I paid attention to it I burned 16-17 gallons in 5.5 hours. That's with 6 adults and 6 kids (all 6 or under) so there wasn't a lot of slalom time or any barefooting.

J. Patterson
09-06-2005, 08:01 PM
Yes a $50 weekend last year is now a $100 weekend, but I still get more grins per $ skiing than anything else I have ever done. If I were really good at it I would probably never go to work.
My impression is that my old Tristar burns about 6 gal per hour while pulling 32-36 mph slalom sets. In practice however we burn much less because our skiers are old and we rest a lot ;) .

J. Patterson
Trussville, AL

mitch
09-06-2005, 08:48 PM
Traffic was WAY down on our lake this weekend. A lot less jet skis :D I'm told they pi$$ thru the gas. Paid #3.90 on the lake Sat :rolleyes:

Danny R
09-18-2005, 10:57 PM
For the Tadger try Bill Tallman 519 643-8255 or btallman@tadgergroup.com
I have one on my 1999 Suburban truck but I dont believe it makes much of a difference. I wonder if it would make more of a difference on a boat as the consumption is higher. They are around the $250 Canadian price range whe I bought mine last fall.

Danny R
09-18-2005, 10:58 PM
For the Tadger try Bill Tallman 519 643-8255 or btallman@tadgergroup.com
I have one on my 1999 Suburban truck but I dont believe it makes much of a difference. I wonder if it would make more of a difference on a boat as the consumption is higher. They are around the $250 Canadian price range whe I bought mine last fall.

Hoosier Bob
09-18-2005, 11:02 PM
A couple more of these threads and we may see the first MC hybrid. Honda powered Accord 190 Prostar. :D Those batteries are ballast you know!
PS. After 2-3 hours of hard skiing, mostly slalom, I will use around 7-8 gallons in the ole' 93 190. :twocents:

6ballsisall
09-19-2005, 01:16 AM
Ok I am officially impressed with my boat. 7.5 hours of all course skiing or speeds in excess of course skiing and I burned just 3/8 of a tank!! :eek: With the fillup that works out to about 2.5 gallons per hour!! This boat just sips it's fuel and has all the giddy up and go!

jraben8
09-19-2005, 01:46 AM
Ok I am officially impressed with my boat. 7.5 hours of all course skiing or speeds in excess of course skiing and I burned just 3/8 of a tank!! :eek: With the fillup that works out to about 2.5 gallons per hour!! This boat just sips it's fuel and has all the giddy up and go!

Wow! That beat me this weekend and I spent it pulling 4-6 year olds. I guess plowing isn't the most efficient but at least I got pictures this time.

I put 6.4 hours on mine with ~1/2 a tank. It took 16.1 gallons when I filled it back up this afternoon.

Hoosier Bob
09-20-2005, 09:31 PM
J, check the thread on upgrading your 2 barrel to a 4 barrel carb! I know mine does better than any of the boats we ski behind up here but I think I am getting about the same. 7 gallons of gas after 2-3 hours of mixed skiing with the skylon, boards on rack and bimini top. :dance: Ok I am officially impressed with my boat. 7.5 hours of all course skiing or speeds in excess of course skiing and I burned just 3/8 of a tank!! :eek: With the fillup that works out to about 2.5 gallons per hour!! This boat just sips it's fuel and has all the giddy up and go!

6ballsisall
09-20-2005, 09:34 PM
J, check the thread on upgrading your 2 barrel to a 4 barrel carb! I know mine does better than any of the boats we ski behind up here but I think I am getting about the same. 7 gallons of gas after 2-3 hours of mixed skiing with the skylon, boards on rack and bimini top. :dance:


Got you beat there and I am loving the Fuel Injection :dance:

Now Mileage on the pull vehicle (Dodge Durango w. Hemi) thats a different scenario :rolleyes: 12.2 mpg pulling the boat. :eek: I did run it hard though

Hoosier Bob
09-20-2005, 10:13 PM
Doh! I forgot. Put the other four injectors back in! Unless it is throttle body? It pays to pay attention does it not? Love the Mag Mania pics! See yah :dance: Got you beat there and I am loving the Fuel Injection :dance:

Now Mileage on the pull vehicle (Dodge Durango w. Hemi) thats a different scenario :rolleyes: 12.2 mpg pulling the boat. :eek: I did run it hard though

Jerseydave
09-20-2005, 11:03 PM
Powerboat magazine use to test some ski boats every year. Part of their test they use a fuel flow meter to test fuel economy.
I'll look through some old mags that I still have to see if there are any MC's in there.

Hoosier Bob
09-20-2005, 11:04 PM
Hey Jeff (PURPLE JEFF), just ordered the 541 ACME! I hope it is all you say it is. Didn't you guaranty 6 hours per gallon with the 541? :wavey:

SKI*MC
09-20-2005, 11:49 PM
with the refourmulated crap fuel we have out here, NOT GOOD! we get like 10 hours to a tank... if that.

erkoehler
09-21-2005, 12:51 AM
Hey Jeff (PURPLE JEFF), just ordered the 541 ACME! I hope it is all you say it is. Didn't you guaranty 6 hours per gallon with the 541? :wavey:


Let me know how you like that 541. I am on the edge of purchasing one.

ajgressette
09-21-2005, 09:05 AM
I made a complaint last year about the cost to fill up my boat to someone and they told me. Just be glad it does not run on milk.

Well................. 8p

ski_king
09-21-2005, 09:22 AM
I made a complaint last year about the cost to fill up my boat to someone and they told me. Just be glad it does not run on milk.

Well................. 8p
I had a visiter at work from Saudi Arabia last month.
He claimed he is paying about $0.50 per gallon for fuel.
On the other hand he is paying about $4.00 per gallon for drinking water and about $0.10 per gallon for general household water.

phecksel
09-21-2005, 12:31 PM
I hope more people will get involved in this discussion due to the recent gas prices.
I had a 2001 Prostar 195 with 310 TBI. It was running at around 12-13 litres (3.1-3.4 US Gal) an hour. It had a 28 Gal tank and could get a good 7 hrs out of a tank. I now have a 2003 Prostar 197 with 310 TBI. It is running at 17-18 litres (4.5-4.7 US Gal.) It only has a 26 gal tank and I can just barely get 5 hrs on the tank. The 197 wieghs about 350 lbs more than the 195 but I feel it is a lot more fuel. We put 100-120 hours a season on our boat. I am contemplating the instalation of a Tadger. www.tadgergroup.com.
Absolutely pure bunk. Adding snake oil to your fuel will have a bigger impact.

skisix@38
09-21-2005, 03:11 PM
(said in a whisper)I'm using the competition and I get 2.5gal/hour pulling 200lbs guys through the course at 28 off and shorter. 41gal tank so it hurts to fill right now. Earlier this summer we took our M_ _ _ _ u to Table Rock lake where we used a little more than a 1/3 of tank in 8 hours of mixed use, boarding,surfing, chairing, tubing and foot'n.

(whisper voice off)This is about the same as our '94 190.

east tx skier
09-21-2005, 03:15 PM
Gregg, what's the published fuel consumption on your new boat? That 2.5 gal/hr. figure is pull 2,000 ft. stop, idle, pull, stop, idle, correct? If I recall, the written figure for my boat was 12 gallons per hour at slalom speed (no account for idle, etc.). ICBW. I can wear two skiers out with 5 gallons of gas on my carb'd engine.

east tx skier
09-21-2005, 03:17 PM
I had a visiter at work from Saudi Arabia last month.
He claimed he is paying about $0.50 per gallon for fuel.
On the other hand he is paying about $4.00 per gallon for drinking water and about $0.10 per gallon for general household water.

I read somewhere that Iraquis pay something like $.07 per gallong. Government subsidizes gas. In Venezuela, they pay about $.15 per gallon. Please don't ask me for a source, but I like the sound of those prices.

erkoehler
09-21-2005, 04:04 PM
I like those prices too :D

skisix@38
09-21-2005, 05:01 PM
Gregg, what's the published fuel consumption on your new boat? That 2.5 gal/hr. figure is pull 2,000 ft. stop, idle, pull, stop, idle, correct? If I recall, the written figure for my boat was 12 gallons per hour at slalom speed (no account for idle, etc.). ICBW. I can wear two skiers out with 5 gallons of gas on my carb'd engine.


I have no idea what's published. That's correct on the usage although it's not quite 2000 ft, more like 1800. It runs around 3500-3600 rpms w/skier and crew.

I didn't notice any appreciable difference in fuel consumption from my '94 doing the same thing but, I thought that boat was great on gas. The 94 was a TBI motor and that got about twice as far on a gal then the carb'd motor on the same hull. My 94 also had ~.150" hook on the hull.

roddydog
09-21-2005, 05:52 PM
I've never really sat down to calculate but I get 5-6 hours of multi use in my 1990 PS190 before I head back to the marina for more and it usu. 3/4 down by then.

BuoyChaser
09-21-2005, 05:59 PM
in my '85 with electronic ignition i can pull 3skiers around 200lbs at 36mph into shortline for 2 sets of 6 passes (dropping at each end) and use exactly 5gallons of gas...got it planned perfectly...never run more than 8gallons of gas to keep wake optimal!!!

don't know what that converts to hours...

Leroy
09-21-2005, 06:11 PM
For this summer I've spent $500 in gas, avg price 2.7/gal or 185 Gal and 43 hours now so 4.3 gal/hr.


Maristar 230VRS with 330 HP LTR-1. Mostly ski 30-36 and wakeboard 20 mph.

east tx skier
09-21-2005, 06:18 PM
It's sort of an apples to oranges comparison, but my carb'd 93 doesn't seem to do much worse than my father-in-law's 98 205 with the tbi motor. He's pushing a bit more through the water and using more horses to do it though. I guess it's a bit hard to tell inasmuch as my tank is a little bigger t'boot.

Fuel efficiency is never something that concerned me too much with my boat. For a while, I didn't realize my fuel sending unit was busted. So there I sat with 3/4 full tank. Took the boat out on three separate occasions and never put gas in for one of them. These were longer days than I usually pull, too. Teaching people to ski, then skiing some myself. While I got low on the petrol, I never ran out of gas. I promptly changed my filling habits though until I could get the fuel sender replaced.

6ballsisall
09-21-2005, 09:34 PM
Hey Jeff (PURPLE JEFF), just ordered the 541 ACME! I hope it is all you say it is. Didn't you guaranty 6 hours per gallon with the 541? :wavey:

Sure you bet! If you don't like it, you can send me your boat for free. :D

Hoosier Bob
09-21-2005, 10:01 PM
Oh, it's gonna be like that is it? I ordered the ole' 2 day shipping and can't wait. I have two props now but both are legend/rebuilds 3 & 4 blades. I will get the stocker rebuilt and have the four for a spare. Maybe I will take my old strut, shaft and 3 blade and make it come out of the ceiling of my new basement! That would look hillbilly cool would it not? Anyway I should have it on this weekend, no puller just a big hammer! :D Sure you bet! If you don't like it, you can send me your boat for free. :D

erkoehler
09-22-2005, 01:46 AM
For this summer I've spent $500 in gas, avg price 2.7/gal or 185 Gal and 43 hours now so 4.3 gal/hr.


Maristar 230VRS with 330 HP LTR-1. Mostly ski 30-36 and wakeboard 20 mph.

Do you keep track??? I personally don't even want to know how much gas money I have blown through. As long as I am having fun on the water, it takes away the pain.... :D

SteveO
09-22-2005, 02:15 PM
I prefer the denial method of gallons per hour. I just put gas in and it goes. When it needs more, I fill it up. You guys have sparked my curiosity. Have to track it next tank. My only unsupported observation is the more weight she has in her the more she drinks. Slalom runs see to drink the least, IMHO.

Leroy
09-22-2005, 03:17 PM
I bought $100 three times and the last time it was $202 to fill up. I try not to keep track, but couldn't get that out of my mind.



Do you keep track??? I personally don't even want to know how much gas money I have blown through. As long as I am having fun on the water, it takes away the pain.... :D

Evan Jones
09-23-2005, 10:40 AM
Maybe I will take my old strut, shaft and 3 blade and make it come out of the ceiling of my new basement! That would look hillbilly cool would it not? :D

Then you need to find a set of triple fins too. Just hope you have plenty of headroom. :eek:

Hoosier Bob
09-23-2005, 11:12 AM
You're right I forgot about the fins! Maybe side ways coming out of the wall? Fins could be little shelves.Then you need to find a set of triple fins too. Just hope you have plenty of headroom. :eek:

3event
09-23-2005, 11:25 AM
the gauge on my ps197 isn't real cooperative when i attempt to keep track of use, so it's easier just to ignore. that approach lives well in harmony with higher gas prices. in the prior life, we ran an 18'er w/175EFI outboard. the MC uses more fuel, but I sure couldn't be happier about it !!!

maybe a poll question - are your ski buddies more or less likely to give you gas money this year with prices so high????????

Leroy
09-23-2005, 12:21 PM
Bob; Just cut the lower 1/3 of a boat off, prop, shaft, fins, hull and glue to the ceiling! Paint the ceiling blue around it!



You're right I forgot about the fins! Maybe side ways coming out of the wall? Fins could be little shelves.

erkoehler
09-23-2005, 03:10 PM
Bob; Just cut the lower 1/3 of a boat off, prop, shaft, fins, hull and glue to the ceiling! Paint the ceiling blue around it!


That would look quite interesting, don't think it would go over well in my family.....

Hoosier Bob
09-24-2005, 01:39 PM
That would look great over the Pool table! I could have the felt set up to look like a slalom course (blue with orange bouys)! I could have people on the site send old crap off of their boats and do a whole MC theme. How about an old MC S & S pool table! I am going places now! :toast:
PS sorry for the TJ but is is Jeff's faultBob; Just cut the lower 1/3 of a boat off, prop, shaft, fins, hull and glue to the ceiling! Paint the ceiling blue around it!

erkoehler
09-24-2005, 04:30 PM
That would look great over the Pool table! I could have the felt set up to look like a slalom course (blue with orange bouys)! I could have people on the site send old crap off of their boats and do a whole MC theme. How about an old MC S & S pool table! I am going places now! :toast:
PS sorry for the TJ but is is Jeff's fault

That is a good idea, now go put your plan in motion....you have to atleast do the pool table.

Hoosier Bob
09-24-2005, 04:44 PM
Could you picture two back halves of an old S & S fused together as a pool table? That would be amazing! Even so a pool table made of fiberglass but with the older S & S metallic around the sides would be nice as well. 541 installed! we shall see very early! :toast: That is a good idea, now go put your plan in motion....you have to atleast do the pool table.

erkoehler
09-24-2005, 04:54 PM
Early to bed, early to rise, but this may be alittle too early..... :D

ski_king
09-24-2005, 05:13 PM
I considered buying a trashed skiboat and cutting the bow and transom of of it and mounting to the wall of the game room I was planning.

The transom had the platform on it and was to be mounted at "bar" height. I was also going to mount a truck tailgate to that wall as a fold down bar. I am glad the non redneck side of my brain took over and I passed on the idea.

Hoosier Bob
09-24-2005, 06:55 PM
Wait a minute! Redneck? I suppose you don't like my Billy Beer collection either! OK, no jokes. The white fiberglass pooltable gelled in the S & S trim sounds like a very cool item. I am not getting an MC tattoo just maybe the pool table. There is a restaurant here called Loon Lake Lodge. Over the entire bar is a beautiful old wooden Chris Craft with the perfectly detailed Gray Marine engine presented in an open engine bay. The boat could run tomorrow but is hanging upside down in a bar. By the way I like the redneck Idea for a bar just don't over do it. :twocents: I considered buying a trashed skiboat and cutting the bow and transom of of it and mounting to the wall of the game room I was planning.

The transom had the platform on it and was to be mounted at "bar" height. I was also going to mount a truck tailgate to that wall as a fold down bar. I am glad the non redneck side of my brain took over and I passed on the idea.

ski_king
09-24-2005, 07:51 PM
This is what gave me the idea.

ski_king
09-24-2005, 07:53 PM
Sorry for the thread hijack......... but the boat above gets about 30 salads per hour

Hoosier Bob
09-24-2005, 10:02 PM
I am thread jackin' big time over that one! That is close to a pool table! Redneck or not Hoosier likey! :woohoo:

erkoehler
09-24-2005, 10:46 PM
That has been posted before. I believe that the owner of the restaurant got the hull after there was a defect found in it. It was going to be destroyed, but the owner promised that he would never turn it back into a boat.

Hoosier Bob
09-24-2005, 10:52 PM
Ok Erk, you are 20 years younger than me and you have already seen it? You have a newer boat and more posts? Somebody got started late in life! I am trying the 541 tomorrow! :dance: That has been posted before. I believe that the owner of the restaurant got the hull after there was a defect found in it. It was going to be destroyed, but the owner promised that he would never turn it back into a boat.

erkoehler
09-24-2005, 11:02 PM
Ok Erk, you are 20 years younger than me and you have already seen it? You have a newer boat and more posts? Somebody got started late in life! I am trying the 541 tomorrow! :dance:

I am confused??? Is there a problem? It was posted on here not too long ago when someone else was talking about using MC stuff in their basement.

Hoosier Bob
09-24-2005, 11:05 PM
I never saw the post! Probably because I am a part time participant! I really fade out in the summer. Are you going to make it over for some late skiing?
PS. I am the one who took the 15 year vacation!I am confused??? Is there a problem? It was posted on here not too long ago when someone else was talking about using MC stuff in their basement.

erkoehler
09-24-2005, 11:07 PM
I never saw the post! Probably because I am a part time participant! I really fade out in the summer. Are you going to make it over for some late skiing?
PS. I am the one who took the 15 year vacation!


I am game! I work every other weekend, so if you guys are heading out 2 weeks from today I should be able to come down to squeeze in a run or two.

Hoosier Bob
09-24-2005, 11:09 PM
Sounds great, check the "Us Hoosiers" thread for updates in the near future. I am game! I work every other weekend, so if you guys are heading out 2 weeks from today I should be able to come down to squeeze in a run or two.

erkoehler
09-24-2005, 11:10 PM
Will do..... :banana: