Celina vs Lake Geneva

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martyandcaryl@charter.net

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Dave is too right, there are some big, lets call them ships on Lake
Geneva and the wave action is awesome. Amphicars are able to take on
some large waves if met in the right orientation but I don't think
we'd all like a summer event that requires us to have our tops and
windows up just to keep the waves out.
During September, the large boat traffic is down in number to only a
handful. We can handle the reduced wavage while staying close to the
beaches and cruising the lake at night when no boats are out. Yes
the water in Lake Geneva is clear instead of Celina's green; but the
boats are smaller.
And the room rates around Lake Geneva are a little hefty; they are
targeted to the Chicago crowd who may afford a lot more.
For the others that want to have Celina in the middle of the US, I
believe Topeka Kansas is in the center. I don't know if there are
any lakes around, maybe Scott M. can help.
Marty
BUOYANT in WI
'64 Turq
 
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Cap''n John

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>>Topeka Kansas is in the center. I don't know if there are
any lakes around, maybe Scott M. can help

The geographical center of N. America (to include our friends up
North) is oddly enough, in North dakota! It's up on a small hill in
the boonies. Very unimpressive, but cool none the less. I know there
are not many puddles there big enough for anthing but getting the
tires wet.

I was thinking about maybe a weekend at LAKE MCCONAUGHY in Nebraska.
It is a large lake of 34,700 acres. Just a thought.

Cap'n
 

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