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BB62Ding posted 05-28-2004 12:00 PM ET (US)   Profile for BB62Ding   Send Email to BB62Ding  
We live in Laconia, NH, near Lake Winnipesaukee, but we trailer our '84 Montauk to other NH lakes. It would be great to get together with some other Whaler owners on one of our beautiful lakes, sometime this summer. Anyone up for planning something? I saw the Seacoast Rendezvous Post and may be able to make that, too
NHKatama posted 05-29-2004 03:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for NHKatama  Send Email to NHKatama     
I am from NH as well. I keep my 1972 Katama on a trailer, so I would be interested in another get together on one of the NH lakes. Which one did you have in mind?

Hopefully we could get another get together going for sometime in July or August.

Anyone else interested in this Rendezvous?

Lets try and get the ball rolling on a place and location.


Blue Skies, ~~~~~Pete

jonha posted 05-29-2004 05:42 PM ET (US)     Profile for jonha    
how about lake sunapee.
goldstem posted 06-01-2004 10:52 AM ET (US)     Profile for goldstem  Send Email to goldstem     
we bring our 21 outrage to winnepesaukee each august for a week... we could do a midweek get together... we are only
there sunday - friday. this year aug 15 to 20.
vink posted 06-01-2004 09:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
A mid week get together in August sounds good. I'll bring my BW over from Lake Winnisquam.
jonha posted 06-02-2004 08:47 AM ET (US)     Profile for jonha    
can do mid week aug. winee would be good.
BarryGreen posted 06-02-2004 09:20 AM ET (US)     Profile for BarryGreen  Send Email to BarryGreen     
I live outside Nashua but have kept my 20' Outrage on Winnisquam for the past four years (Vink - maybe you remember seeing my 20' OR with a red covered T-top on the lake. Sneaking under the rte. 3 bridge with about 3" of clearance was always a thrill).

This year I'll be at a marina on Winnipesaukee, and getting together for a rendezvous sounds like a great idea.

Barry

BB62Ding posted 06-04-2004 11:57 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
If it's going to be on Lake Winnipesaukee in August, the best (and only!) days are midweek. As anyone who knows the Big Lake will verify, the weekends are a zoo! August 15-20, midweek is fine for us, Judy and I are always up for a reason to take a day off and boat, not that an excuse is really needed. There are a couple of friends who have Whalers that I need to talk to also. We usually launch at the Meredith Town Docks. It's a good place to start out from and there are plenty of places to travel to around the lake.

Bob

BB62Ding posted 06-10-2004 01:19 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
How does Wednesday, August 18th from the Meredith Town Docks sound?
vink posted 06-11-2004 06:56 AM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
Tuesday August 17th would be a better day for us. Both the wife and I are tied up on the 18th. Meredith sounds fine.
BB62Ding posted 06-11-2004 11:01 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Tues Aug 17th is fine also.

Launching fee at the Meredith Town ramp is $10.00 for a non resident of the town and fee parking is included.

Another option for launching is at Shep Brown's, which is the Boston Whaler dealer on Lake Winnipesaukee. They have no charge to use their boat ramp. Maybe something can be setup with them for this rendezvous. I don't know anyone there and have only bought some parts. If anyone has a contact at Shep Brown's, maybe they can call. I've never been at a BW rendezvous.

bdingman posted 06-15-2004 08:35 PM ET (US)     Profile for bdingman  Send Email to bdingman     
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vink posted 06-15-2004 10:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
The ramp at Shep Brown's is also a Meredith Town ramp. Trailers are parked in a lot up the road and only cars or pick-ups are parked in the parking lot. Many times, early in the week they do not collect fees. At the ramp downtown Meredith parking is in the town lot behind Aubuchon's Hardware. I hope we have a real nice day.
rmart posted 06-17-2004 08:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for rmart  Send Email to rmart     
Vink & Barry,
I am taking my wife and kids and our 18' outrage up to Lake Winnisquam during the week of Aug 21st - 28th and staying at a cottage in Laconia, NH on Laconia Road.

Can you offer any advice on the best place to launch as I have learned there are no State ramps on the lake. I have a dock line up at our cottage but need to confirm the best launch site.

Thanks in advance and would love to meet up with the group if the dates change into the week of 21-28.

BarryGreen posted 06-17-2004 11:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for BarryGreen  Send Email to BarryGreen     
rmart -

I think your best bet is probably the ramp at the convenience store (called "Sarges", I believe) on the Laconia side of the rte 3 bridge over Winnisquam.

You do need to be careful because some of the local "cowboys" power load their boats on their trailers, and have dug some pretty good holes in the ramp bottom 10-15 feet out into the water. As long as you check out the ramp so you know what to expect, you should be fine. As I remember, it's pretty inexpensive also.

Barry

vink posted 06-18-2004 08:22 AM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     

rmart,
The ramp at Sarge's store is CLOSED! Winnisquam Marine bought the store for future expansion and closed the ramp. Your only other possible site to launch would be Martel's Bait Shop on Winnisquam Ave. in Laconia. I don't know what his fees are. Hope to see you on the lake.
vink posted 06-18-2004 08:27 AM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
Update on Meredith Town ramps. Meredith DOES NOT charge for the use of the ramp next to Shep Brown's. Maybe we could launch wherever and meet at or near the docks at the Weirs.
rmart posted 06-18-2004 08:44 AM ET (US)     Profile for rmart  Send Email to rmart     
Thanks Vink and Barry for the information regarding ramps (especially for the info re: Sarge's ramp being closed).

I will try to contact Martel's Bait Shop to confirm use and costs of their ramp as I want to be sure that I will have access to a ramp prior to trailering my rig to NH.

I am curious, what ramp do most homeowners use on this Lake?

Thanks again for the helpful information.

BB62Ding posted 06-22-2004 11:04 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
rmart,

The ramp at Martel's is open to the public every day. The fee is $10.00. I'm not sure if they will charge $10.00 when you put in and when you take out, since they will be different days. I know if you put in, park there and take out the same day, it's just $10. There is no state launch ramp, but there is talk of building one.

There is a natural launch ramp on a small creek that enters the lake off the road that goes to Steel Hill. As you come into Laconia from Rt 93, turn left at the traffic light before the Winnisquam brige. The creek is across from Perkins Concrete. I've never launched there, but have been told that my Montauk would do okay. It may be too shallow for an Outrage. Ask at the motel.

Bob

rmart posted 06-22-2004 11:14 AM ET (US)     Profile for rmart  Send Email to rmart     
Bob,

Thanks very much for the helpful information. I will probably end up launching from Martel's.

goldstem posted 06-23-2004 08:58 AM ET (US)     Profile for goldstem  Send Email to goldstem     
we have been launching the last few years at Wolfeboro.
Its a bit nasty swinging the trailer around, and it is pretty narrow ramp, but it is nice and deep. and free.
rmart posted 06-23-2004 03:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for rmart  Send Email to rmart     
Goldstem,
Where exactly is this ramp at Wolfeboro? This is our first time to the area and we will be coming up I-93 to Exit 20 (Tilton) and then staying at some cottages on Route 3 in Tilton. How far do you think this ramp is from us? I would love to have options. Thanks in advance

BB62Ding posted 06-23-2004 07:40 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Here is a link to a list of boat launches in the NH Lakes Region.

http://www.lakesregion-nh.com/summer/boating/boat_launches.html

playinghooky posted 06-24-2004 10:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for playinghooky  Send Email to playinghooky     
Launching the boats at Ames Farm in Alton is probably the best choice on the lake. There is plenty of parking right there. No need to park a half mile away. I believe the launch fee is $15.00 on weekdays and $20.00 on weekends. They have two ramps there so there is not usually a wait.
A great place to hang out on the water is just a short boat ride away behind Sleepers Island (light bouy #75). There's a great sandbar there to anchor up, swim or just hang out. There's a bathroom at Ames Farm for public use (if you're using the ramp.
bkovak posted 06-25-2004 08:53 PM ET (US)     Profile for bkovak  Send Email to bkovak     
I may be up at Winnipesaukee again this summer in August with the 18 outrage. I'll try and make it the middle week. Brian
vink posted 06-25-2004 10:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
rmart.....
Where are you staying on the Laconia Road when you come up to Winnisquam? I live in the Lochmere section of Lake Winnisquam. It would be great to meet you.
rmart posted 06-25-2004 11:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for rmart  Send Email to rmart     
Staying at the Anchorage the week of Aug 21st - 28th in Laconia. Would love to meet up Vink.
BB62Ding posted 07-06-2004 07:57 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Has the date, time and place been set?
vink posted 07-11-2004 06:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
I kinda thought that we settled on August 17th. We could postpone it a week to the 24th so LMart could pull his boat from Winnsiquam and join us if he'd like. Sine most everyone is coming from different locations launching could be at the participants choice then we could meet at some popular location such as the Weirs, Light #75, etc. For those who haven't been on this lake before maybe a sight seeing tour would be in order. Let's have some ideas......
goldstem posted 07-12-2004 10:13 AM ET (US)     Profile for goldstem  Send Email to goldstem     
I also thought the 17th was a done deal. That lines up
perfectly with when I'll be on the lake.

m.

BarryGreen posted 07-12-2004 10:13 AM ET (US)     Profile for BarryGreen  Send Email to BarryGreen     
One idea may be to meet at the Weirs Beach town docks, and after some time for folks to get acquainted, do one of the Mt. Washington cruises. I haven't checked the schedules yet, but I think most do a route down to Wolfeboro and return while one goes all the way into Alton Bay. They have a web site with all the info. I think the typical cruise is about 2 or 2 1/2 hours, and it's a great way to see the lake. About $20 a person as I remember.

I'm at a slip in Weirs beach, but the town docks at Weirs are convenient to both the Meredith town launch ramp at the corner of rtes 3 and 25, or the one at Shep Browns.

BB62Ding posted 07-12-2004 06:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
1st Annual Boston Whaler Owners New Hampshire "Big Lake" Rendezvous

Date: Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Gathering Time: 10AM-11AM (or until all have arrived)

Gathering Spot: Weirs Beach Public Docks

(Launch where you wish)

Agenda: To be announced.


Who can make it?

playinghooky posted 07-12-2004 09:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for playinghooky  Send Email to playinghooky     
While you're at Weirs Beach be sure to check out the Menemsha that is docked next to the Mt Washington. The Mt Washington uses it as a utility boat. They call it the "Platapus". It's not in great shape but if you've never seen one you're in for a treat.
vink posted 07-12-2004 09:53 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
It's a go.....We'll be there.
tgresla posted 07-12-2004 11:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for tgresla  Send Email to tgresla     
I realize I'm getting to this topic late but is there any chance you could move the get together to a weekend? I have a 13' in winter harbor and would love to come but I'm only up on the weekends. If not, all fellow whalerites are welcome to stop by and say hi any time (on the weekends) our place is in the northern tip of winter harbor. Tan house with a green roof and a 13' center console parked at the pier. Its a great spot to anchor and swim, ski, or fish.

Tim

BarryGreen posted 07-13-2004 07:38 AM ET (US)     Profile for BarryGreen  Send Email to BarryGreen     
I'll be there.

Barry

goldstem posted 07-13-2004 09:53 AM ET (US)     Profile for goldstem  Send Email to goldstem     
first it was Merideth, now weirs?
as for a MT washington cruise, that's another kettle of fish.Personally I don't want to get on someone elses boat and let them drive!?!?!?

m.

bkovak posted 07-14-2004 08:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for bkovak  Send Email to bkovak     
I'll try and come up for 8/17 with the 18 Outrage. My 13 year old daughter is really buging me to go back to the lake this summer. I guess 2 weeks in Orlando wasn't enough. Whoever was looking for the information on launching in Wolfboro, there is a nice ramp just 5 minutes west of town in front of the library in the winter harbor area. It's free, has a small dock and can accomodate a large boat. I launched my 21 there last year. Brian
vink posted 07-15-2004 08:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
The Weirs is only being used as a central location to meet after launching in an area of personal choice. I agree with Goldstem.......Why go onto another boat when we can enjoy the lake in our own boats. One idea would be to bring a picnic lunch and get to know each other at a quiet spot on the lake and then if we want we could all go on a sight seeing cruise as a pod of whalers. What are your ideas?
BB62Ding posted 07-15-2004 09:42 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Vink and all,

We agree, no need to go out on the Mount. There are a number of places to anchor. The 1st link below is to an older USGS map. Pan to the upper right hand corner. It shows two possible lunch spots, "Braun Bay" or "Greens Basin".

We personnally like "Greens Basin". It's a very quite spot and a fun ride all the way back into it. Braun Bay is more popular with the larger boats. On the way to "Greens Basin", we can go under the "Governor's Island Bridge" and through the "Witches" and then "Hole in the Wall" to get into "Moltonborough Bay" and meander back into "Greens Basin".

When we come out, we could go over to "Wolfboro" for a rest room stop. On the way back to "The Weirs", we can go inside "Long Island", near the bridge is another anchoring spot. From there, we can wrap around "Bear Island" and past "Shep Brown's", the Big Lake's Boston Whaler dealer. We can stop there to show off our boats! Then we can go through "Sallys Gut" and back to "The Weirs". Time permitting, we could go throught the "Weirs Channel" and into "Paugus Bay". In Paugus, there's an ice cream shop on the water and of course the "Naswa" and "Margate" Beach Bars.

Instead of going into "Paugus", "Meredith Bay" is the other option, there are town docks and plenty of places to get an ice cream, a drink, shop or sit and talk.

http://docs.unh.edu/NH/winp56nw.jpg

http://docs.unh.edu/NH/winp56ne.jpg

These are just some options. Any other ideas?

Bob

Phil Tyson posted 07-15-2004 07:16 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
Given Vin's great company at the NH Seacoast get togeter, mark me as tentative.

I will be coming over from Portland so I have some navigation to do on a direct driving route.

I have never been to this area of NH or the lake so this is going to be a GREAT adventure. Will be bringing my 86 Montauk.

vink posted 07-15-2004 10:28 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
BB62Ding has some great ideas!

Phil.......When I go to Portland with the boat I use Rte 25.
It is a good road and a direct route. If you stay on Rte 25 the first ramp would be in Center Harbor then further down the road would be Meredith. These would be the two places I would use to go to the Weirs. I hope you can make it...it will be nice to meet with you again. Maybe a Portland/Casco Bay Rendezvous would be something to do in the future.

BB62Ding posted 07-16-2004 02:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Oops, I didn't mean to type "through the Witches", that could really spoil our day. How about "past the Witches" and then "through the Graveyard" in Moultonborough Bay.

Phil,

We always travel Rt 25 when ever we go back and forth tho Portland. It's the most direct route. We'll be putting our '84 Montauk in at Meredith that morning. Would be happy to meet you there. When you come down the hill into Meredith, make a right at the traffic light and the town docks and launch are right there. Launch fee is $10.00 and free parking up the road.

Hope you can make it.

Bob

BB62Ding posted 07-16-2004 03:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
These fingers never did work right. The nun who taught typing in my high school warned me 40 years ago that I would never make it as a typist!

Anyway, Phil, that's a LEFT at the light in Meredith! You can't miss the lake anyway.

Bob

Phil Tyson posted 07-16-2004 06:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
Bob -

Will email you off-line in a few days to talk details. Would be great to link up with you.

Any estimates on travel time? Yahoo directions are taking me via Dover.

After seeing the guys on the NH coast get together, I realized that I need to do a couple of projects and get ship shape for all of you.

BB62Ding posted 07-17-2004 03:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
I would allow 2 1/2 hours towing a load.

We plan on launching around 10AM but can wait there for you.

Bob

vink posted 07-26-2004 10:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
Phil.....Since you haven't been on Winnipesaukee before this website will give you an idea of what this lake is all about: www.winnipesaukee.com

Check it out.

YorkHarbor posted 07-27-2004 01:22 AM ET (US)     Profile for YorkHarbor  Send Email to YorkHarbor     
I am going to try to make it to this get together as well. It all depends on whether I fly up or drive up as to whether or not I have a car to trailer with. Rentals don't have trailer hitches unfortunately.
BB62Ding posted 07-28-2004 12:44 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
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BB62Ding posted 07-29-2004 08:34 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
If you have never been on Lake Winnipesaukee, here is a link to really good navigation map of the lake. It's actually really helpful and fun to study the map before hand. There are some neat little twists to how the map maker describes the idiosyncrasies of the big lake's landmarks.

Here is a link to a site where you can purchase the Blitz map online.

http://www.winnipesaukee.com/bizermap.html

Bob

BB62Ding posted 07-31-2004 08:35 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Word in the morning newspaper that the boat ramp on Lake Winnisquam at Martel's is closed. Hope this doesn't screw up any of you guys from there getting out of the lake on the 17th.
vink posted 07-31-2004 10:16 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
BB62Ding - I have a couple of ways to go in and out of Winnisquam so I should be there on the 17th. As a matter of fact I was out on Winnipesaukee all day on Friday. It was great in the morning but the boat traffic picked up in the afternoon making it quite choppy.
rmart - If the Anchorage can't help you out with launching your boat give me a call (524-5388) I'll see if I can help you to get in and out. When you do get settled in give me a call anyway and we will get to meet each other.
Phil Tyson posted 08-01-2004 03:57 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
Wanted to let you know I am coming over (see a freind) on the 7th so will know the drive and the area prior to 17th.

Am getting quite stoked about this.

Is there a list of who is coming and with what?

BB62Ding posted 08-03-2004 10:59 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Start the list of attendees:

Bob and Judy Dingman - 1984 Montauk

Phil Tyson posted 08-03-2004 02:17 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
Phil Tyson - 1986 Montauk
GHURST posted 08-03-2004 05:01 PM ET (US)     Profile for GHURST  Send Email to GHURST     
GEORGE HURST, 2004 22 DAUNTLESS
vink posted 08-03-2004 09:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
Vin and Lucille Kondrotas, 2003 Sport 150
YorkHarbor posted 08-04-2004 12:17 AM ET (US)     Profile for YorkHarbor  Send Email to YorkHarbor     
Possible attendee, Jacki, Tom, and Kyle Martin. 2001 160 Dauntless
BarryGreen posted 08-04-2004 08:07 AM ET (US)     Profile for BarryGreen  Send Email to BarryGreen     
Barry Green, 1998 20' Outrage
goldstem posted 08-04-2004 09:38 AM ET (US)     Profile for goldstem  Send Email to goldstem     
Mike Goldstein, 1972 Outrage 21.

What time at weirs???

BB62Ding posted 08-04-2004 11:25 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Gathering Time: 10AM-11AM (or until all have arrived)
YorkHarbor posted 08-04-2004 03:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for YorkHarbor  Send Email to YorkHarbor     
Phil- Any interest in meeting and driving down together? If so email me at Mean93stang302@hotmail.com and we can work it out!
pvonk posted 08-04-2004 10:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for pvonk  Send Email to pvonk     
New Montauk owner here - really new! This sounds great, and we have friends in Meredith!! Coming from Saratoga Springs, NY - a bit of a haul. Will let you know if we can make it in this time frame. I assume the current plan is:

Aug. 17
10-11 am
Weirs Beach

I think it's 4 hours normal driving from Saratoga Springs, my wife will know, but she's on a silent retreat now, will try to contact her (silently).

Pierre and Carol von Kaenel and possibly friends.

BB62Ding posted 08-05-2004 08:27 AM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Pierre,

Welcome to the Continuous whaler website. I live in Laconia, NH and used to live in Glens Falls, NY. Your estimate of 4 hours will be pretty close. used to be able to makew it to Glens Falls in 3-1/2 hrs. If you are planning on comming and have friends in Meredith who know the Lake Winnipesaukee you should have no problem catching up with us if you get here after 11AM. If you have a cell phone, let me know and I'll email you my cell number. You can call when you arrive. We will work out some way to meet up. What yr/model Boston Whaler do you have?

Bob

pvonk posted 08-05-2004 09:43 AM ET (US)     Profile for pvonk  Send Email to pvonk     
I'm picking up a brand new Montauk next week! This would be the maiden voyage.

Right now, the trip is iffy - everything depends on my wife's schedule. I'll be in touch (here) if it's a go for us, and then we can plan on connecting. Thanks.

Pierre

pvonk posted 08-07-2004 10:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for pvonk  Send Email to pvonk     
Well, I'll have to bow out (no pun), my wife is getting back from a long trip later than we thought, and she'll need down time. Next time around, we'll be ready!
BB62Ding posted 08-12-2004 03:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Look like it's a go for Tuesday, despite "Bonnie" and "Charley".

The weather prediction for Tuesday is a high of around 82 degrees, mostly sunny, only 20% change of a passing shower, 6 MPH winds from the southwest and 68% humidity. Of course this IS New England!

Looking forward to meeting everyone.

vink posted 08-12-2004 10:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for vink  Send Email to vink     
Indeed it does look like it is a "go" for Tuesday. We are packing our picnic lunch and looking forward to meet everyone. See you then...........
Phil Tyson posted 08-13-2004 08:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
With the end of summer coming on too fast, I don't really care about the weather. It could be cats and dogs and I would be happy. (keep in mind I was out March 5th, 37 degrees, wind chill of 15.)

Its meeting all of you guys and checking out the boats that I am psyched for...

BB62Ding posted 08-18-2004 01:08 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Thanks to everyone who attended the 1st Annual NH "Big Lake" Rendezvous. The weather was fantastic and we hope everyone had a great time. Please let us know whenever you are visiting the Lakes Region. We'll be posting our photos soon.

Bob and Judy Dingman

Phil Tyson posted 08-19-2004 08:33 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
My nephews and I had a great time.

Bob and Judy were great hosts. Couldn't have asked for better weather.

Being "from away", I can see having yearly gatherings since the lake is so big. Will take us a while to explore all there is to see.

I starting uploading my photos to my site on yahoo but am having problems after only publishing 10 out of the 40 I took.

Click on "Big Lake Album" on http://f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/philtyson2002

Thanks to all that came out.

Phil Tyson posted 08-21-2004 01:38 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
Finally got the photos sorted and uploaded. Even added narrative. Check out the slide show.

Anybody else got photos?

Would be interested in a fall get together too.

BB62Ding posted 08-21-2004 06:01 PM ET (US)     Profile for BB62Ding  Send Email to BB62Ding     
Phil,

Great photos and slide show. Glad you and the guys had a good time. Thank you for visiting our "big lake". It was a pleasure to show everyone around. We look forward to showing you more of it next summer.

Lake Sunapee this fall sounds great.

Bob and Judy

BarryGreen posted 08-23-2004 08:04 AM ET (US)     Profile for BarryGreen  Send Email to BarryGreen     
Phil -

The photos are great. Thanks! And thanks to Bob and Judy for all the organizational work, the weather was superb and I think everyone really enjoyed themselves.

Sunapee is another excellent NH lake for Whalers, and a rendezvous there sounds like an excellent idea. Another plus is that there are no bridges to get in the way. It was a pleaure meeting all of you!

Barry

goldstem posted 08-23-2004 09:21 AM ET (US)     Profile for goldstem  Send Email to goldstem     
Just got back from our week on the big lake.
We had a great time tuesday. it was fun meeting and
running with everyone.

Mike Goldstein
'House Money'

Phil Tyson posted 08-23-2004 09:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for Phil Tyson  Send Email to Phil Tyson     
Bob and Judy sent me their photos which I added.

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/philtyson2002/my_photos

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