Puddingstone Swim-In Saturday May 6th 2006

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Amphipoda

Guest
Reminder to our left coast amphibians...

Forwarded message from IAOC member Jim Z. below:

So...details for CA Puddingstone Amphicar outing are...
Saturday, May 6th at Puddingstone Lake, San Dimas, CA.
10:00am 4:00pm, or whatever floats your boat. Er...car.
Uh, whatever. Bring your own picnic lunch and/or anything
extra if you want to share. You know how our group is.

There is one change this time from previous visits. I
have arranged with the lake to let us enter at "Sailboat
Cove," which is that other boat ramp across the lake from
where we usually go. The parking is better there, as are
the facilities - more grass, more shade, etc. Understand,
we don't "have" the ramp just for ourselves, but being that
the 6th is a powerboat day, that area should be very quiet.
The only downside is lack of foot traffic for those who
enjoy showing their cars off to the passers-by.

If owners prefer, they can enter at the usual ramp located
off of Puddingstone Dr., and/or we all could cross the lake
from one ramp to the other as we might wish.

Entry to the Sailboat Cove ramp area is through a gate on
Via Verde. From the 10 freeway east or west, take the 210
north to Via Verde. Turn left at the bottom of the offramp
and drive until you reach the gate. From the 57 north,
this freeway becomes the 210 north at the 10 freeway.

For the other boatramp, follow the same directions to Via
Verde, but turn right at the bottom of the offramp. Drive
(a block or two) to San Dimas Ave, and turn right. Follow
San Dimas to Puddingstone Dr (you'll pass under the 210
freeway) and turn right. The ramp entry is on your right
about 1/3 mile in. It's pretty obvious when you get there.

Looking forward to seeing lots of SoCal Amphis and their families.

End of forwarded message
~ Amphipoda
 
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Ed Howard

Guest
Hi folks:

I am sorry that I was unable to attend the Puddingstone gathering
yesterday. Too many things happening and not enough time. Amphi is
okay, but it has some trouble cold starting. I think the choke needs
adjusting??

Hope a fun time was had by all!

Next time...

Ed Howard
Orange County, CA
64 Red

--- In amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com, "Amphipoda" <Amphipoda@...>
wrote:
>
> Reminder to our left coast amphibians...
>
> Forwarded message from IAOC member Jim Z. below:
>
> So...details for CA Puddingstone Amphicar outing are...
> Saturday, May 6th at Puddingstone Lake, San Dimas, CA.
> 10:00am 4:00pm, or whatever floats your boat. Er...car.
> Uh, whatever. Bring your own picnic lunch and/or anything
> extra if you want to share. You know how our group is.
>
> There is one change this time from previous visits. I
> have arranged with the lake to let us enter at "Sailboat
> Cove," which is that other boat ramp across the lake from
> where we usually go. The parking is better there, as are
> the facilities - more grass, more shade, etc. Understand,
> we don't "have" the ramp just for ourselves, but being that
> the 6th is a powerboat day, that area should be very quiet.
> The only downside is lack of foot traffic for those who
> enjoy showing their cars off to the passers-by.
>
> If owners prefer, they can enter at the usual ramp located
> off of Puddingstone Dr., and/or we all could cross the lake
> from one ramp to the other as we might wish.
>
> Entry to the Sailboat Cove ramp area is through a gate on
> Via Verde. From the 10 freeway east or west, take the 210
> north to Via Verde. Turn left at the bottom of the offramp
> and drive until you reach the gate. From the 57 north,
> this freeway becomes the 210 north at the 10 freeway.
>
> For the other boatramp, follow the same directions to Via
> Verde, but turn right at the bottom of the offramp. Drive
> (a block or two) to San Dimas Ave, and turn right. Follow
> San Dimas to Puddingstone Dr (you'll pass under the 210
> freeway) and turn right. The ramp entry is on your right
> about 1/3 mile in. It's pretty obvious when you get there.
>
> Looking forward to seeing lots of SoCal Amphis and their families.
>
> End of forwarded message
> ~ Amphipoda
>
 

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