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I knew you were going to go there.

At least it didn't stop us from fishing.

Might have even helped the gas mileage on the lake with the extra propulsion. :D

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How 'bout putting the Kentucky Lake, Bass Resource, Road Trip ( http://kentuckylake.bassresource.com/ in the Quick Links box. )

I believe it was done in past years. Would make it easier to find, than searching through this thead to find it.

I've bookmarked it as a favorite for easy reference.

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I had 2 myself and didn't spend any extra time in the bathroom the following day. Didn't have to beach the boat either. Delicious. ;)

After the pancakes, thank God!!!!!!!!!!!!

Leo-

Check the left side of the breakfast menu:

http://www.moorsresort.com/restaurant/menupage1.pdf

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I will be frying eggs in the cabin and staying up wind. Remember you are not hard to spot, binoculars will help. If I have to mount a tracking device I will do so. My nasal hairs have finally grown back.

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Well RW, If you are going Saturday. I think I can swing this one. I'll probably have to camp though. I can be there that weekend as of right now.

Try to get off Monday. "The Party" is Sunday afternoon/ evening

when everyone is arriving. This is one of the highlights of

the entire week!

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Well RW, If you are going Saturday. I think I can swing this one. I'll probably have to camp though. I can be there that weekend as of right now.

Try to get off Monday. "The Party" is Sunday afternoon/ evening

when everyone is arriving. This is one of the highlights of

the entire week!

I will try.

Who all will be there saturday? I might have an open seat in the boat if I get off that monday. If I make it which I'm planning on. RW you must to fish with me.

RW-  thats what I'm afraid of.  I could end up being the one made fun of on the board real easy.   ;D

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Well RW, If you are going Saturday. I think I can swing this one. I'll probably have to camp though. I can be there that weekend as of right now.

Try to get off Monday. "The Party" is Sunday afternoon/ evening

when everyone is arriving. This is one of the highlights of

the entire week!

I will try.

Who all will be there saturday? I might have an open seat in the boat if I get off that monday. If I make it which I'm planning on. RW you must to fish with me.

RW-  that's what I'm afraid of.  I could end up being the one made fun of on the board real easy.   ;D

You got broad shoulders, 'Man Up' and make it.   If at all possible I will make it.

Kelley

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dang I was going in this thinking not many people will be there Saturday. I guess I am no longer alone haha. But still going to be the youngling in this group of respectable gentlemen haha  :-X

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We'll be there on Saturday, come hell or high water. (Last year, anyone?)

;D

I will be in the mood to drink a beer and catch a fish, probably in that order.

Yeh we will be there Saturday.That is if i dont run a couple of stop lights or signs and get demolished. I think we should be there between 12:00 - 2:00. What time you getting into WV Speed?

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I'll be there on Saturday also.

Thanks for the warning. ;D

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I'll be there on Saturday also.

Thanks for the warning. ;D

The doctor has assured me that the medicine has cured my flatulence and inadvertent bowel discharge problems.

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We'll be there on Saturday, come hell or high water. (Last year, anyone?)

;D

I will be in the mood to drink a beer and catch a fish, probably in that order.

Yeh we will be there Saturday.That is if i dont run a couple of stop lights or signs and get demolished. I think we should be there between 12:00 - 2:00. What time you getting into WV Speed?

I'm trying to be at Blaine's sometime around 9 or so.

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Deb has scouted out Moor's landing and has determined that we have a huge Bar-B-Que pit at our disposal.  It's so big that it has to be towed by a car/truck.  We also have at our disposal an outdoor covered shelter or, in the event of bad weather, an indoor meeting room. The indoor room will cost us about a hundred bucks.  RW doesn't know this yet, but he and I are volunteering to do the hamburger thing for the group on say, Monday night.  The cost to you is five bucks a head.  We keep the profits and spend them on our next skiing trip to Aspen.  ;D

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Food is the one area I'm a bit concerned about at moors. When I stayed there we were in a cabin so I don't know if they have a kitchen in the hotel area. I know they have a restraunt, well more like a dinner at the Marnia that's in the Moors site, Problem is in my one time easting there it was pretty bad. Like I wish I left after I got my drinks bad. So grilling out as most we can might be the best option.

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Deb has scouted out Moor's landing and has determined that we have a huge Bar-B-Que pit at our disposal. It's so big that it has to be towed by a car/truck. We also have at our disposal an outdoor covered shelter or, in the event of bad weather, an indoor meeting room. The indoor room will cost us about a hundred bucks. RW doesn't know this yet, but he and I are volunteering to do the hamburger thing for the group on say, Monday night. The cost to you is five bucks a head. We keep the profits and spend them on our next skiing trip to Aspen. ;D

In the event the grille is not available, the cockpit of an aluminum bass boat would make a nice size grille.  A bit of expanded metal would make a good grilling top.

I'm convinced.  Long Mike is right.  It's hard to beat an aluminum boat.  They are very versatile.

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Deb has scouted out Moor's landing and has determined that we have a huge Bar-B-Que pit at our disposal. It's so big that it has to be towed by a car/truck. We also have at our disposal an outdoor covered shelter or, in the event of bad weather, an indoor meeting room. The indoor room will cost us about a hundred bucks. RW doesn't know this yet, but he and I are volunteering to do the hamburger thing for the group on say, Monday night. The cost to you is five bucks a head. We keep the profits and spend them on our next skiing trip to Aspen. ;D

In the event the grille is not available, the cockpit of an aluminum bass boat would make a nice size grille. A bit of expanded metal would make a good grilling top.

I'm convinced. Long Mike is right. It's hard to beat an aluminum boat. They are very versatile.

Please tell me that I'm not the only one hauling a "Tin Boat" down there.  I would hate to think of the fish boil we could have by starting a campfire under that big front livewell!

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Food is the one area I'm a bit concerned about at moors. When I stayed there we were in a cabin so I don't know if they have a kitchen in the hotel area. I know they have a restraunt, well more like a dinner at the Marnia that's in the Moors site, Problem is in my one time easting there it was pretty bad. Like I wish I left after I got my drinks bad. So grilling out as most we can might be the best option.

We've NEVER gotten a bad meal there!  Some of the best burgers around.  Word around here is that they have great breakfasts' too.  If I'm up early enough for breakfast, I'm out fishing so I've not tried it.

MERRY CHRISTMAS 

There is no kitchen area in the lodge. 

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Food is the one area I'm a bit concerned about at moors. When I stayed there we were in a cabin so I don't know if they have a kitchen in the hotel area. I know they have a restraunt, well more like a dinner at the Marnia that's in the Moors site, Problem is in my one time easting there it was pretty bad. Like I wish I left after I got my drinks bad. So grilling out as most we can might be the best option.

Simp .... I don't know how long it's been since you were at Moors, but the restaurant is pretty darn good these days ..... good enough that we drive up there .... about 25 miles ..... once in a while to get a burger .

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