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Old 04-19-2016, 11:12 AM
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Got the dock lights installed....thanks Costco!
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Looking good! I don't think you could've pick any better time to come out as far as the weather goes.
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Old 04-19-2016, 01:35 PM
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Looking good! I don't think you could've pick any better time to come out as far as the weather goes.
Tell me about it! Left kids in Colorado with snow storm. I stayed an extra day and actually jumped in the lake...still a touch cold though.

Rach is still out there enjoying the awesome weather!
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Old 04-19-2016, 02:11 PM
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T I stayed an extra day and actually jumped in the lake...
I went up to Priest last weekend and turned the water back on and filled the hot tub up, but there was no way I was thinking about getting in the lake.
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Old 04-19-2016, 05:04 PM
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Ski-Me, tell me more about the dock lights courtesy of Costco.

Looks great!

I discussed renting our lake house out, with the wifey, during football season, Lake Tuscaloosa, Roll Tide?
She wasn't having any part of it.
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$20 for a pack of 4. They lay flat on dock and are water "proof" I believe. Pretty decent deal.

Coming back from dinner in the boat will be a lot easier now that I can see our dock easily!
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Old 05-12-2016, 12:10 PM
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Nice Jeff!!!! We actually looked at renting your place, but ended up renting another on Hayden for a week in August. Yours was just a little bit out of budget primarily because we're only traveling with one other family and we're trying to keep the costs down given all our other summer travel. Maybe we'll see you out there. Here's the one we rented. Anywhere close to you? Supposedly Rockaway point?

https://www.vrbo.com/818073?unitId=1366011

Hope you have a great season!
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Old 05-12-2016, 12:45 PM
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Bruce, glad you found a place.....looks to be a nice fit for you! We're further north from there but your spot is great as well. Depending on the traffic, head north in the morning and if there is nice water, it will be in that direction (in front of our house). As you head north, you'll see a large beach lot with a tennis court....that's my whole family area and relatives (Grandfather bought in the 40's). Our house is just around that corner.

Our house is geared toward larger groups so the price is accordingly. Not a lot of places on the lake that can sleep that many, so that's the audience we're catering to. Keep us in mind next time and we can talk.
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So now that summer has started; how is the rental business?
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