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    Default KOA Camp at SLP

    With the EXTREMELY LOW tide yesterday we discovered 2 picnic tables in the main channel. One you can probably clear on a normal tide but, I caught the other one and stood it up with my motor. It's about 40' straight out from the south side of the ramp. Right in the way.

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    dang! We need to clear those out on the next low tide day...
    We are West End Anglers, a saltwater tribe!

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    I counted 8 of them this morning. Yes 8 of them. 6 in the middle of the dadgum channel. No problem clearing them on a regular tide. I've been hitting a bump now and then when low in the water with big loads of lumber. Now we know what the bumps are. I think it'll take a coupla guys on land and a couple in a boat to get it done proper. 2 ropes 30 feet long perhaps.
    From 1970-1997, true heaven on Earth existed on the banks of Bayou Cook. "Hey Dad, Thanks for buying the Camp."

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    Did you see the closest one to the ramp that I uprighted?

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    I noted that one as I drove up. I said to Glenn, "I think that's Mike's picnic table." He said, "Huh?"
    From 1970-1997, true heaven on Earth existed on the banks of Bayou Cook. "Hey Dad, Thanks for buying the Camp."

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    It was an adventure no doubt.Thanks for letting me tag along 007.
    NK

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    Planning to make an effort to pull some of these out on Sunday. Wish me luck.
    From 1970-1997, true heaven on Earth existed on the banks of Bayou Cook. "Hey Dad, Thanks for buying the Camp."

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    Coach- Call me on your way down I'll head over there to help you out... I'm in Pirates this weekend...
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    I'll give you a holler. If you can lay your hands on at least a 100 foot rope, that would be great. Of course it will have to be low tide to locate them. I have to check the tides.
    From 1970-1997, true heaven on Earth existed on the banks of Bayou Cook. "Hey Dad, Thanks for buying the Camp."

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    I got 250 feet of rope lent to me this morning. Those tables are toast.
    From 1970-1997, true heaven on Earth existed on the banks of Bayou Cook. "Hey Dad, Thanks for buying the Camp."

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