BAYWATCH 2015

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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by pdudley42 » Tue Jan 13, 2015 12:56 pm

My thought is NOT morning on Saturday, but I'm open. I responded to Alexander about plowing; he asked me about ice driving lessons last winter. We will see what comes of it. Good call Orianna!
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by opecor » Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:17 pm

not morning is okay. :) Just let me know a roundabout time when and if you get one, and a plow. I will put out some feelers as well.
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by Shawn » Thu Jan 15, 2015 11:24 am

So excited! I don't care saturdays/sundays and don't have access to a plow but if there's anything else I can do besides show up I'm up for it :D
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by Serrilion » Thu Jan 15, 2015 7:22 pm

From some of the people I've spoken to we would need to ask the Town of Monkton about use of the pond for such an event. The local fokes at the store said nothing like that has ever happend but may draw a crowed of people watching :), also the old guy I was talking to said normaly they get 12-14in of ice by now and there is a boat access on the west side of the pond. I know a few people in the area have snow blowers and plows on there lawn tractors get them to come down and you would have your track cleared and on lookers.

Also have been talking with local friends and they have been chatting to there bosses that are farmers, a few may let us try a Snow Rally cross track should we want to... couple of nice fields in mind that are pretty smooth, still waiting to hear more
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by pdudley42 » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:55 am

So there will be no ITT this weekend. Lack of a committed plow truck stalled us from the beginning.
As of January 15, 2015:
Lake Iroquois has 13-15 inches of ice, the top 3 inches is white ice and the rest is solid black ice.
Malletts Bay has 10 1/2 - 12 inches of ALL black ice; really beautiful and incredibly strong.

Chances are next weekend our focus will shift to Malletts Bay...cause it's HUGE!
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by Serrilion » Sat Jan 17, 2015 3:56 pm

I would be willing to Donate my time with my small garden tractor.. has chains so I can drive on ice. has a 44in blade proably 2 foward swipes and 2 side ones and ya have a good size lane.... let me know
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by pdudley42 » Sat Jan 17, 2015 9:50 pm

Thanks Ryan but that would not do the job in a reasonable time.
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by Serrilion » Sun Jan 18, 2015 1:38 pm

I know, could always show up earlier, none of my buddies have a truck willing to go out on the ice.....We need a small jeep or toyota haha w a light plow
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by pdudley42 » Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:00 pm

Malletts Bay update 1/20/15:
Jeremy Haas and I just surveyed Malletts Bay and it's not good news. There is 12 inches of ice, but there was a lot of fracturing from the shifting ice during the rain on Sunday. This left a bunch of disconcerting cracks all over.
I'll try to check again during the daylight this week, but it looks pretty certain that Lake Iroquois will be our destination for.....ITT#1...???
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Re: BAYWATCH 2015

Post by Rabbit Farmer » Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:15 pm

Hmmmm.... location plays a major part in the insurance request.

Should I go with Lake I for this weekend instead of MB?

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