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Topic: St.Johns River Ruckus 2022
Posted By: Morfoot
Subject: St.Johns River Ruckus 2022
Date Posted: December-12-2021 at 1:50pm
Okay boys and girls..... The end of 2021 is almost here so that means its time to plan for a Ruckus!!!!!! After a few discussions and texts asking if I was gonna plan a SJRR for 2022 I started the process. LET'S DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The weekend is set for April 7-10, 2022 at Parramores Fish Camp. Unfortunately its not the same weekend as the Sunnyland boat show because there were only 3 cabins available on the weekend of the show. Following protocol as the Ruckus is planned after the time change and the only weekend with lots of RV slots and multiple cabin availability. If you want the CCFan 10% discount ya gotta call Parramores and tell em your with the ski boat club. Same plan as always, A Ruckus favorite and take the 25 mile River Run from Moss Bluff damn through the Dora Canal and back with a lunch stop somewhere is the plan for Friday unless attendees wanna cruise and ski the St. Johns. We can make the call Thursday night at The Landing for the traditional warm up party. Sat night cookout after a trip to the Silver Glen on Sat is on the logbook! Bring your Correct Craft to Astor and lets have some nautical fun on the St.Johns River!!

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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"



Replies:
Posted By: NCH20SKIER
Date Posted: December-12-2021 at 5:03pm
Reservation confirmed earlier today

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'05 206 Limited
'88 BFN


Posted By: audiodude
Date Posted: December-13-2021 at 10:08am
Just Booked my Cabin!  

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1989 Correct Craft 2001

In the words of Milton Berle: "You can lead a man to Congress but you can't make him think"


Posted By: Jonny Quest
Date Posted: December-13-2021 at 11:07am
Man, I would love to come with the Quest Tribe and ski tug…but it’s 2,300 miles, one way.  Cry

We need to plan a G-T-G for the western CCF members…

JQ


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Current
2003 Ski Nautique 206 Limited

Previous
2001 Ski Nautique Open Bow
1994 Ski Nautique Open Bow

Aqua skiing, ergo sum


Posted By: rebel skier
Date Posted: December-15-2021 at 10:44am
Right now I have to be in my graduate course at Vandy I teach till 7 pm on Thursday the 7th but I am working hard to change that.  Even doing the math on if I can get there to at least join yall Saturday if I can't get out of teaching.  Hope to join y'all.  

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Hotty Toddy lets go skiing!


Posted By: mmfarmer1
Date Posted: December-15-2021 at 2:51pm
The Farmer's are IN!!!! Blue Gill booked Thursday - Sunday. Hoping for a great turnout this year!!


Posted By: Gators_80
Date Posted: December-16-2021 at 10:23am
Dino and Sue are in! We booked the Shellcracker again.

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Dino Muggeo


Posted By: woodyelc
Date Posted: December-16-2021 at 3:46pm


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woodyelc


Posted By: woodyelc
Date Posted: December-16-2021 at 3:46pm
Woody will be there

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woodyelc


Posted By: chessie
Date Posted: December-16-2021 at 7:53pm
The Dilkes Are in site 13 same as last year


Posted By: 67nautique312
Date Posted: December-22-2021 at 11:42am
Myself and some other fellow CCF hooligans may make the trip this year?!!

Paul,


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1963 Classic (handed down to my daughter)
67 Riviera
68 barracuda
1971 Ski Nautique Promo
86 Silver Nautique
1995 Ski Nautique


Posted By: Smithfamily
Date Posted: December-22-2021 at 3:14pm
Originally posted by 67nautique312 67nautique312 wrote:

Myself and some other fellow CCF hooligans may make the trip this year?!!

Paul,

Not only are Hooligans welcome, but encouraged!!LOL


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Js


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: December-26-2021 at 8:16am
Paul , that would be awesome! Glad to see the list is growing. I'll let Les and Art know we're coming along with a couple of other CC dignitaries that wanted me me to inform them of the Ruckus for 22' as they'd like to come for a day if possible. Reid is planning on coming and I believe his sidekick CQ will be attending as well. One of my local ski buds has asked me about it and sounds like he'll be attending for the first time as well. Keep signing up Y'all. I'm already getting excited and looking forward to it!

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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: JoeinNY
Date Posted: December-28-2021 at 5:34pm
Originally posted by 67nautique312 67nautique312 wrote:

Myself and some other fellow CCF hooligans may make the trip this year?!!

Paul,


I resemble that remark - cabin is booked.   Looking forward to a little Blackwater cruising.

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http://www.correctcraftfan.com/diaries/details.asp?ID=1477 - 1983 Ski Nautique 2001
1967 Mustang 302 "Decoy"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO5MkcBXBBs - Holeshot Video


Posted By: NCH20SKIER
Date Posted: December-29-2021 at 6:40am
This is shaping up for sure

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'05 206 Limited
'88 BFN


Posted By: jbear
Date Posted: January-08-2022 at 1:26pm
Booked.......now i gotta get Eddie to help (read that do it himself) me get the orange boat running.




john


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"Loud pipes save lives"



AdamT sez "I'm Canadian and a beaver lover myself"...


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: January-10-2022 at 11:40am
Hey everyone...Just wanted to let everyone know that Parramores Cabin rentals are all booked up for the Ruckus. Hopefully we were able to snag most of them. All that's left are RV slots and maybe a tent site or two. If you're still wanting to attend then it looks like Deland is the closest town that has hotels. There are a couple of places in Astor that you might could try but little info about them is available. Their website is either non existent or limited so you'll have to call them to book. Hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Years. We've passed the Winter solstice so Spring isn't too far away. Start working on your boat body now for those who care. Time to lose those Holiday pounds...You've got a few months.

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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: woodyelc
Date Posted: January-10-2022 at 3:38pm
For rooms check with the st.johns river marina they are are the bridge and offer dock space and they are on the river across from what was Blackwater grill

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woodyelc


Posted By: skibum1110
Date Posted: January-10-2022 at 7:18pm
Im booked up and ready. I was late catching up to this post and Mike snagged Bluegill before I saw it. So we are hooked up in the Squirrel Cabin. Boat has a new power plant and should be ready to go. 

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1992 Ski Nautique
1975 Ski Nautique
2000 Ski Nautique
2006 Ski Nautique 206 Limited
2005 Air Nautique 206 Team


Posted By: ScottZ
Date Posted: January-14-2022 at 11:02am
I hate we are going to miss the ruckus this year.  My boat build is still not completed and the Mrs. and I will be in Texas during this time.  Maybe next year....

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Scott Zuelzke
Lake Mitchell , AL
       
1984 Ski Nautique       
1972 Skier


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: March-01-2022 at 6:26am
Okay Kids....it's March 1st and we're about a month out from the Ruckus. It's time to start getting a boat uncovered, waxed up, oil changed and vinyl cleaned for some frolicking on the River. The Pre-Ruckus Scout Team has already been down in the Astor Area looking to possibly change the venue for 2023. Preliminary Reports are very positive so those of us that can get there early enough on Thursday are gonna go check out Renegades on the River Campground. It's on the St. Johns just a little North of Lake George in Crescent City. This facility has RV Camping, a few cabins a TiKi Bar and full service restaurant. So preliminary plans are to head up there Thursday early afternoon (weather permitting and Lake George conditions) to scout out the place, have a late lunch and to see if we wanna move there next year. 

In other news....we need to start a list of who's is bringing what for the annual Sat Night Cookout at the Rec Hall. Our resident and well experienced GMM (Grill Master Mike) will be working his magic with the grill.Wink He is a Professional Fireman so he knows a little bit about Fire Management. So bring something to help feed the masses and list here what you're contributing to the cause. I don't know about y'all but I'm ready to get back to warmer days and LOUD pipes on the St. Johns River! It's almost time to get your Ruckus On!!! ApproveCool 

Morfoot - Thurs- Sun   88 or 99 SN   Dessert


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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: NCH20SKIER
Date Posted: March-01-2022 at 6:36am
Greg / Sue - Baked Beans

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'05 206 Limited
'88 BFN


Posted By: chessie
Date Posted: March-01-2022 at 7:40am
We will be there from Monday on and will bring the fuel for the fire (charcoal).Debbie is still working on food will post


Posted By: mmfarmer1
Date Posted: March-01-2022 at 11:23am
Farmer's will be arriving around noon on Thursday until Sunday. I will be making my BBQ ribs for Saturday night's cookout. The rec hall is out of commission permanently but they will have the outside pavillion near the pool reserved for us for Saturday night. The normal large grill we have used for years is also permanently gone!! The owners said they will try to get a grill by the time we were there? If any locals wanted to bring a grill, that too would be GREAT!! Looking forward to a great time with everyone.....🍻🍻👍👍😀😀🚤🚤


Posted By: Gators_80
Date Posted: March-01-2022 at 3:18pm
We are planning on getting in on Thursday around noon. We unfortunately will be leaving Friday Night. Our ski club has a road show in Fanning Springs on Saturday so we will miss the BBQ. 

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Dino Muggeo


Posted By: chessie
Date Posted: March-02-2022 at 8:52pm
Are you looking for charcoal or gas. If gas I can bring a small gill 20x17 grate
If this will work let me know


Posted By: audiodude
Date Posted: March-07-2022 at 12:04pm
Hi All, I fractured  a bone in my foot so I am out of commission for 6-8 week, and have decided that the SJRR is a no go for me.  Too much of a temptation to do something I might regret later(lol).  I have the Bear Den and an uncovered boat slip reserved which I am going to cancel but before I do I wanted to check to see if anyone would want it.  It is $395 for the cabin.  The boat slip is reserved and would need to be paid for when you check in if you wanted it.
Art  



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1989 Correct Craft 2001

In the words of Milton Berle: "You can lead a man to Congress but you can't make him think"


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: March-09-2022 at 6:22am
Thanks Mike for the backup and obviously reaching out to Parramores to get the hot scoop as to what's going on with what was formally the Rec Hall and the grill. Guessing they are taking down the seldom used Rec Hall and putting in another Cabin?? Ermm That being said this would probably be a good time to ask everyone to bring chairs for yourselves for Saturday night. Not sure what to expect but we should prepare for the unexpected. I have two folding plastic tables that I may be able to bring down to use as dinner tables or serving tables unless they have some stashed somewhere.

 Art, hate to hear that you're not gonna attend but maybe rethink that. Gonna be quite the crowd in attendance this year so you'd have a good time even if you couldn't ski. 

 Called Art C and Lester Todd yesterday to let them know we're coming down and we will see Lester for sure and Art probably on Sat. The plan is still to Run the Ocklawaha River even with the price of fuel Skyrocketing unless the majority wants to pass on that and play on the St. Johns instead. We'll make that decision Thursday night at The Landing.  We're a month out Gang and I'm so ready for spring and to see all y'all. 

Morfoot - Dessert
Fossett - Baked Beans
Farmers - BBQ Ribs
Dilkes - TBD

 Whatcha bringing gang???


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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: mmfarmer1
Date Posted: March-15-2022 at 11:23am
I just spoke to Paramore's again in reference to the grill situation. Julie says they have a few charcoal grills that will probably be available for the Saturday night cookout, we will just need the charcoal. I am also planning on bringing a large propane flattop griddle. Tables and chairs will be set up for the cookout from what they have available. And, for those who didn't know, "The Landing" has been sold and is under new ownership with a new name "Drifters Riverfront", just in case anyone was trying to google the location. Looking forward to a GREAT gathering!!!!


Posted By: adamt
Date Posted: March-17-2022 at 6:42am

Coming in on Friday. Staying @ the Deer Haven. Smile

Morfoot - Dessert
Fossett - Baked Beans
Farmers - BBQ Ribs
Dilkes - TBD
AdamT - Sweet Potato Casserole 


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-Adam

1973 Skier


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: March-17-2022 at 8:51am
Thanks for the backup Mikey!!!! Adam....good to see you're gonna make it!!!!!

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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: adamt
Date Posted: March-18-2022 at 5:16pm

Can't wait. Text me if you find out when you get there that you need tables for Saturday night. I have two portable tables I could bring if necessary.


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-Adam

1973 Skier


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: March-21-2022 at 10:34am
 Okay everyone...I just got off the phone with Parramores to make sure some things have or haven't changed. Mike has already piped up about the Rec Hall closed until further notice. So we'll be eating Sat night in the Pavilion which is on the left as you come into the campground.  If weather allows there are also picnic tables by the river so that too is a possibility. I would HIGHLEY ENCOURAGE you to bring some folding chairs for yourselves and maybe an extra one if you got room for those who forgot or you'll be eating dinner standing up. 

 Also Parramores DOES NOT provide bath towels so you will need to bring those if you're planning on taking a shower. They do have coffee pots in the cabins so bring filters and your favorite ground coffee for the mornings cup of Java. 

 REMINDER to ALL CAPTAINS..... bring an anchor to help secure the flotilla on raft up days and boat fenders for the same reason. Fridays lunch in Tavarres may or may not have docking facilities available to us so we may be beaching boats in the soft Florida mud. New Docks are in at Wooten Park on Lake Dora and I'd like to do lunch at the Kalua Beach Bar. Saturdays traditional Silver Glen Raft up needs to start early if we want to be able to wade to each others boats instead of swimming like last year if that is the plan.
 
 Still need to add to the list of who's bring what for Sat night.... We're getting closer to this event so chime in what you're bringing to share. 

Morfoot - Dessert
Fossett - Baked Beans
Farmers - BBQ Ribs
Dilkes - TBD
AdamT - Sweet Potato Casserole 


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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: chessie
Date Posted: March-22-2022 at 9:18am
Morning
     We r bringing for cookout:
        App.    Meat, cheese, veggie tray 
        Meal.  Baked  Cheese and Mac
       Dessert. Key lime cheesecake (finger crossed)
We will also have our grill and a table.  Just let us know about charcoal, if it’s still needed.
Looking forward to the get together.
Thanks
Debbie


Posted By: Smithfamily
Date Posted: March-24-2022 at 10:56am
Greetings all.
Mike Farmer checked in with me yesterday, and I thought I would advise our sorrow that we will NOT be in attendance this year. Other than COVID, this is the first year in 12 that the Smith Family will miss.
Six kids off to college and careers, we have sold the big house and are moving into a Country Club rental that we own. Between Tenant departure and close date, we have a 10 day window to pack, paint, clean and move. "Downsizing" as they say. 3000 sft to 1400!  
All this encompasses the River Ruckus dates. We certainly will miss seeing everyone.
Enjoy it and stay safe! Oh, and praying for perfect weather too!


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Js


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: March-24-2022 at 11:04am
Jerry, hate that y'all ain't gonna make it! Always enjoy a cold brew and convo with you as it's always a great time to catch up with you and the Croc Doc! With six kids in college I guess you guys had to sell the house to afford tuition! Wink You'll be missed. If anything changes you'll know where to find us.

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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: March-31-2022 at 8:46am
 
 Still need to add to the list of who's bring what for Sat night.... This ruckus is almost here sochime in what you're bringing to share. 

Morfoot - Dessert
Fossett - Baked Beans
Farmers - BBQ Ribs
AdamT - Sweet Potato Casserole 
 Dilkes -  App.    Meat, cheese, veggie tray 
                     Cheese and Mac
                      Key lime cheesecake (finger crossed)

 Still could use plates, napkins and utensils and maybe some other food items. Still have at least 6 attendees no chime in as to what they are gonna contribute...Confused
 

Looks like weather is gonna be in our favor with no rain in the forecast, and temps in the mid to upper 70's. Wind may be a bit of a factor as its predicted to be 9-11 mph but still early. Skiing and watersports may be limited to the river as Lake George may be a bit choppy.

  Hoping to get there around 12-1 on Thursday so we can check out Renegades on the River then some River time then off to Drifters for dinner. Fri is the Ocklawaha River cruise with lunch in Tavarres. Launch time Friday will be decided at Drifters when all attendees are there to make the call.

BRING YOUR CHAIRS, ANCHORS, AND BOAT FENDERS!!!!
 


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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: bhectus
Date Posted: April-01-2022 at 9:23am
Hello everyone!   Dug myself out of the grass flats, spent an hour trying to get my password and login credentials back, and finally made it on to say hi and that since CQ texted me last night at 11pm and woke me up from snoring....... Well maybe me and the girls can find a way to meet up with y'all at the Glen on Saturday.  Trying to make it happen, fingers crossed.  Hope everyone has been doing great, it would be super to catch up with everyone.  Miss you all!

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'02 Ski Nautique 196 w/ 5.7 Apex bowtie - Sold
'87 Barefoot - sold
'97 Super Sport Nautique - originally custom built for Walt Meloon
'97 Ski Nautique
'83 SN 2001


Posted By: rosconole
Date Posted: April-03-2022 at 12:54am
I thought it was same weekend as antique boat show what the hec! Already committed to airshow. ugh. 

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1989 ski nautique ,1991 barefoot nautique, 1993 Mustang Cobra 1998 5.0 Magazine shootout invitee


Posted By: Gators_80
Date Posted: April-03-2022 at 8:44pm
Due to high waters on the Suwannee River our water ski show has been cancelled! So we will be there thru Sunday. I have a couple of tables, Solo Cups, Paper Plates and Plastic Wear that I will bring. We were going to make a pulled pork and some banana pudding if that will work.

Should be there Thursday around noon. Looking forward to cruising to Travaris on Friday!


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Dino Muggeo


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: April-04-2022 at 4:25am
Good to hear Dino... Uncle Todd sent me a text msg saying he would take care of the plates, napkins  and plasticware so you can probably leave that at home. Tables might not be a bad idea if it's not too much trouble and definitely bring the Pork and Pudding!

 Looking like it's gonna be a wet Thursday and windy all weekend. Lake George isn't gonna a sheet of glass but instead a bit choppy. Better make sure you bring a a waterproof wind breaker. 70's wind and St.Johns river spray can make for a chilly day. Still early so lets hope the weather changes in our favor a little bit.

 


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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: rebel skier
Date Posted: April-07-2022 at 9:43am
Wishing all of you heading to the Ruckus safe travels, safe boating, and loads of fun!  

Wish I was going to be with you.  I have a bad case of FOMO. 

See you all there next year.  No more spring teaching on Thursdays for me.  I have decided fellowship is more important than the extra $$$s  Especially fellowship with people who love these boats and skiing, and cookouts with great food!  Oh yeah, and spending hours working on a throttle cable in the middle of the Glen ;).  






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Hotty Toddy lets go skiing!


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: April-11-2022 at 8:59am
Well....another successful Ruckus is in the books. A great time was had by all despite the abnormal low temps and very high winds. As always....any gathering doesn't go off without an incident or two but in this case it was several. I locked my keys and cellphone in the tow vehicle Fri morning just after I launched. Quinner backed the 28' Carey that Reid brought a little too deep at the launch and the trailer went off the edge of the ramp getting stuck. A couple of guys went swimming early and was able to lift the aluminum trailer high enough to get one of the axles on solid ground so we dodged a bullet there. Throttle cable snapped on another boat able 3/4 of the way there but Farmer jumped right in and  fixed the situation jolly on the spot cause the same thing happened to him the year before. Got to Taverres for lunch and Jbear tried unsuccessfully to punt the curb with his big toe and lost as the curb peeled the top layer of skin off like a banana.  No issues on the way back other than the high winds made the journey across two lakes a bouncy wet ride. Called AAA for assistance and they were they shortly after everyone was back on the trailer and I was back in business. So those who are my FB friends that's why you didn't see any pics along the way.

 Saturdays trip to the Silver Glen was short lived as the 29mph gusts in the afternoon drove us outta there as it just wasn't any fun.. Jbear had some engine issues and needed a tow back to Parramores before he came out with Reid.  The trip back across Lake George at 1:30pm was the worst I've ever seen in the 12 years we've been doing the Ruckus.  Even going right behind the 28' Carey plowing the way I still got soaked and took several waves up the bow at 20mph.  Once we all made it back safely we had mechanics class to see what was up with the motor. Found water in the cylinders, a cracked plug but no milkshake in the oil. Impeller was bladeless and after removing it, turning it over several times with all plugs removed.... drying off the plugs and reinstalling....she fired up eventually.  Best we can figure a sudden stop from cruise in the ricer with straight pipes and no flaps allowed water intrusion up the exhaust manifolds. Eddie will be busy and I did get a picture of Jbear wrenching on the motor with tools so there was that milestone this pastweekend. Dinner Sat night was great as always with tons of food, laughs and stories abound of the weekends adventure.

Big thanks to Mike "The Grillmaster " Farmer for his help in making this weekend a success and to all those who contributed food for Saturday night.  Thanks all who made the trip down to Fla for a great time on the water despite the mishaps and the weather. Always a blast and great time with the usual CCFans who attend the Ruckus and some who've not made an appearance in a few years. It's all y'all who make this event an annual thing and as always...... We'll do it again for 2023!!!


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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: fanofccfan
Date Posted: April-11-2022 at 9:38am
Thanks for the update Tim!  I was beginning to wonder if that internet thingy ma bob was not working down there!

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2004 196 LE Ski 1969 Marauder 19 1978 Ski


Posted By: Morfoot
Date Posted: April-11-2022 at 10:35am
Originally posted by fanofccfan fanofccfan wrote:

Thanks for the update Tim!  I was beginning to wonder if that internet thingy ma bob was not working down there!

Let's just say cell service ain't that great at Parramores. I did take a few pics with my camera but mainly of the trip down the river on Friday. Once we could fan out and get some pics the water in the lakes was too rough so we just single filed our way to the locks and Dora Canal.  I didn't get home yesterday till about 7pm. Put 1000 miles on the tow vehicle in 4 days. Uncle Todd has many more than that as he drug the Barracuda SS down from NY. Looks, sounds and rides as sweet as you'd think. He got to the "entrance gate" to Lake George on Sat and said Censored that!  Headed south up river.


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"Morfoot; He can ski. He can wakeboard.He can cook chicken.He can create his own self-named beverage, & can also apparently fly. A man of many talents."72 Mustang "Kermit",88 SN Miss Scarlett, 99 SN "Sherman"


Posted By: Mojo
Date Posted: April-12-2022 at 2:51pm
Bwahaha, just a day in the park up at Big Green .... Sorry the weather was crap. Still sorry I missed the trip... Always next year Foote

Moj'


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05' SV211 TE
73' Martinique
had:96' SNOB
had:76' Nautique
had 77 Tique

       



Posted By: Smithfamily
Date Posted: April-12-2022 at 3:29pm
Sorry I missed all the "fun"??
Different kind of fun here, moving from a big house to one half the size. 10# Chop meat in a 5# bag, as the old butcher said.
We missed seeing everyone. Next year.


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Js


Posted By: mmfarmer1
Date Posted: April-12-2022 at 6:19pm

Thanks for another GREAT Ruckus weekend!!!!!


Posted By: fanofccfan
Date Posted: April-12-2022 at 9:22pm
Thanks for the pictures!  Looks like a great time!

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2004 196 LE Ski 1969 Marauder 19 1978 Ski


Posted By: adamt
Date Posted: April-15-2022 at 6:17pm

Nice pictures Farmer. Smile  What type of camera were you using?  I like in motion pics but mine are usually blurry.
l was starting to think no one had taken any, and by CCFan standards, no pictures means it didn't happen! Shocked


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-Adam

1973 Skier


Posted By: mmfarmer1
Date Posted: April-15-2022 at 8:12pm
Thanks Adam. These are just standard Android phone pics....Galaxy Note 20



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