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    The Thousand Islands

    This is one of my favorite places to ride. Check it out.
    (Sorry about the music....)
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    Looks like a nice place to ride! I bet the wake off those tankers is fun to jump

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
    Looks like a nice place to ride! I bet the wake off those tankers is fun to jump
    The wakes off the tour boats are even better.

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    very nice looking place to ride.

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    boataddict we were there last year 2 times we were about 20 sea-doo's from quebec we are going back there for sure again this year.
    got lots of pics,great place to visit simply beautiful,you must cheke the guy on the water who has his sonic boat there just his set up for his dock is something to see.

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    couldnt see the file cus i dont have power point, but I have taken my ski up to Alex Bay a couple times and it was a blast. Some of the boats up there are truly amazing and hitting the waves of the big boats is a blast(girlfriend didnt think so) It is deff a great place to ride.

    My girl friends family own a camp ground on Sixberry lake its about a 8 min ride to alex bay, awsome place to spend the weekend, boats arent allowed on the lake cus it is only about 1/4 mile wide by about 1 mile long but they let me take out the ski on the lake, its always either glass or small ripple.

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    WOW, That's what i call living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpr_redneck View Post
    couldnt see the file cus i dont have power point
    here you go!! this is Microsoft Powerpoint Viewer. It will allow you to view Powerpoint presentations, but not make or edit them
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    by the way, that looks like a great place to ride. it must be like a handling challenge to go in between all of those islands throught those little water passages
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    maxmike you are right its a challenge but mostly only at the end of the season
    where the water is at its lowest point,most places even at the edges have 3 feet of water but common sense is a must also.
    it is simly beautiful there there are castles that you can actually visit with sad stories to them with a guide.
    it makes for a beautifull week end getaway nj aint that far,and well worth the trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daverxp4 View Post
    boataddict we were there last year 2 times we were about 20 sea-doo's from quebec we are going back there for sure again this year.
    got lots of pics,great place to visit simply beautiful,you must cheke the guy on the water who has his sonic boat there just his set up for his dock is something to see.
    I am not sure about the Sonic but I do know of a 50 foot Skater with twin Sikorsky(sp) helicopter turbines in it. It is cool to see something that is longer than your house go by at 140 mph.

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