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Old 03-06-2007
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First i have to build the boat (15ft sharpie, wish me luck), then... Lake of the Ozarks is stinkpot hell, too close to St Looney (and Jefferson City, the state capital). It's also narrow and the wind is bloked by many tall bluffs. Stockton lake is supposed to be the best 'non-Great' lake for sailing in the midwest. (of course i live closer to Ozark Oh well, the Admiral put up with CT for years, i can find a way here, certainly not lacking for wind.
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