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Old 04-30-2006, 06:04 PM   #15
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Now, if someone would just clue me in as to how to use these cute smilies that are jumping all over next to this message, I'd sure appreciate it! Drag & drop doesn't work, they fly right back where they came from! Double clicking or selecting the "Post Icons" buttons don't work, either. I guess it's because I'm "Mac challenged" - right?

Hi ya Ann
i have a Mac allso and not just the Kat
you just click on the clickable smiles and they insert themselfs you wont see em untill you post what you will see is (: wink) without the ( ) and the space between. you can allso type them in start with a : and then what you want like cheers . i have found it is faster just to type them in is : floor with out space
Hi Al

A-HA!!!! Eureka!! I've got it. NOW I can use these little guys! My problem has been the browser I'm using. IE just doesn't cut it with the Mac. Safari is the answer. Now, I wonder if FireFox can handle it! Thanks a bunch
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Old 04-30-2006, 07:02 PM   #16
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Hey hey hey
now ya got em
Ann any idea about biting bug season at the point ?
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Old 05-07-2006, 02:36 PM   #17
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Ann any idea about biting bug season at the point ?

Local lore up this way says that biting (Black Fly) season goes from Mother's Day to Father's Day in the Adirondacks. It's not so bad down on the lake, however, especially along the shore where we will all be. The lake breeze keeps most away. Only if your campsite is backed up to a marshy area, will you have mosquito problems. Can't wait to see everybody!
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Old 06-02-2006, 07:47 PM   #18
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We hope to have our 2000 13' scamp by July 4th - too bad that we will miss the New York get together. Can someone tell me where Moose River is? Perhaps if it's not too far we could make that one. We live in Massachusetts....considering how long and hard we looked for a decent 13' fiberglass and finally ended up with one in Minnesota, I don't think there are too many out there.....Jean
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Old 06-03-2006, 07:29 AM   #19
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We hope to have our 2000 13' scamp by July 4th - too bad that we will miss the New York get together. Can someone tell me where Moose River is? Perhaps if it's not too far we could make that one. We live in Massachusetts....considering how long and hard we looked for a decent 13' fiberglass and finally ended up with one in Minnesota, I don't think there are too many out there.....Jean
Hi Jean and Jack
Greetings from Ausable point NY nice camp ground here lots of wildlife birds muscrat otter i think poor camera does not like takeing a charge from power inverters i am going to try and use the washroom outlet to charge it back up so i can get some pictures in .
Moose River has its own rally listing but will answer it here . This might be the LAST YEAR MOOSE RIVER MAY BE OPEN TO ROAD SIDE CAMPING . teh tree huggers have all but won the fight and the road is going to be closed so the only way in is to back pack in .
Moose river plains rec area is located to the west of indian lake and to the south of south of limkiln best way in is from RT 28 west out of village of indian lake you pass through a golf course and then the road does a sharp right had turn but you turn left ther is a cemarty to the left next 7 or so miles is paved then turns to a gravel road for the next 6 or so miles this drops you out to the cedar river flow and wakley dam most years we have been lucky and have gotten sites across the dam super nice kayaking and canoeing in the flow area not to mention so mother nature putting on a great show of colors . camping is free there are outhouses scattered about the area and a picnic table . Water from a a pipe comeing off a clean running stream about a mile up the mountain (great tasteing water i might add). There is an old fire tower up on wakley mt nice hike in about 3 miles if i remember. lots of old logging roads to walk or Bike

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Old 06-05-2006, 08:47 PM   #20
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Talk about wildlife!!!
today was a paddlers dream
oh the things that come fromasking a simple question!
what has 2 humps and swims verys fast is what i asked
out of bed 2 campers flew asking in return do you have pictures ?
Why yes i say
next i knew i was on tv and my picture of Champy
at first i thought it was an allagator
but wait this is allmost canada
then a big snake nope this is allmost Canada
someone remind me when i get back to a high speed internet to post the picture
only thing i have to say is pass anpother brew
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Old 06-18-2006, 09:24 AM   #21
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Ok here is the mystery critter . lake sturgon or champie
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Old 06-22-2006, 09:28 PM   #22
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Ok here is the mystery critter . lake sturgon or champie

Hi Al That's two Canadian beavers or have you been hitting the XXX again.
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Old 06-23-2006, 07:12 AM   #23
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could be could be
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hey llyod and pat. i wish had better internet connection when i was up your way!
we Had a great lunch at Stash's cafe in old montreal. For some reason i could not get yahoo mail to send out.
Anyway we had a fun time trying to get around on the metro.
see ya at emily
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Old 06-23-2006, 03:30 PM   #24
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That is an amazing photo Al! Maybe we'll get up to Moose River this season. We've always done Cranberry Lake and were thinking about Brown Tract pond. Beautiful area. I don't know about Ausable tho'. Those champys are scary.
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