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Old 02-11-2010, 04:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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You guys have any snow on the lake?
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QUOTE (sjr32 @ Feb 11 2010, 04:12 PM)
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You guys have any snow on the lake?
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here and there, you better have studs
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Old 02-12-2010, 10:23 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Hows the trail section from the green bridge to get on the south end of the reservoir?
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Hows the trail section from the green bridge to get on the south end of the reservoir?[/b]
Should be passable, not great but it should get you to the resevoir
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Can you park near the dam on Tolland Rd.?
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No...the State doesn't let parking there any longer. But if you continue down that road around the lake past Camp Overflow, then 1/4 mile past the last house, you can park by what is called the cement pier. You can see the lake very clearly and the state park beach across the way. Park and unload there and it's only 50 feet to the lake surface.
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No...the State doesn't let parking there any longer. But if you continue down that road around the lake past Camp Overflow, then 1/4 mile past the last house, you can park by what is called the cement pier. You can see the lake very clearly and the state park beach across the way. Park and unload there and it's only 50 feet to the lake surface.
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No...the State doesn't allow parking there any longer. But if you continue down that road around the lake, past Camp Overflow, then 1/4 mile past the last house, you can park by what is called the cement pier. You can see the lake very clearly, and the state park beach across the way. Park and unload there and it's only 50 feet to the lake surface. There's plenty of snow around the parimeter of the lake.
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No...the State doesn't allow parking there any longer. But if you continue down that road around the lake, past Camp Overflow, then 1/4 mile past the last house, you can park by what is called the cement pier. You can see the lake very clearly, and the state park beach across the way. Park and unload there and it's only 50 feet to the lake surface. There's plenty of snow around the parimeter of the lake.
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No...the State doesn't allow parking there any longer. But if you continue down that road around the lake, past Camp Overflow, then 1/4 mile past the last house, you can park by what is called the cement pier. You can see the lake very clearly, and the state park beach across the way. Park and unload there and it's only 50 feet to the lake surface. There's plenty of snow around the parimeter of the lake.
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