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Hi all, Thought i might share this video i made a couple weeks ago at the travel lift. hehe.
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Nice boat yard. I loved the dog who seemed to think that the travel lift was his pet.
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Freinds who use Jacks boatyard all the time, love it. Very laid back. I may haul there when my pension rolls in .
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Re: Jacks boatyard.

Yep Jacks is a great yard to have here. They well be starting a major upgrade soon... The current lift 30 tons well be replaced with a 65 ton unit and other improvements to the yard. Some folks from south are storing thier boats here off season. Closer to the parks and points north i think.
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