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Paul Waldowski

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Just wanted to let everyone know that we now have a Pontoon available for rental to our guests. This is something that we are really excited about as we have been receiving a lot of requests for one.

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Great idea Paul. That thing loads fast too especially sunday when eveyone was scrambling to get off the lake before the 5 rain drops hit. (Karavan trailer *Jensen-cabin 10)

Thanks for a good weekend

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Paul, very nice idea. I plan on visiting you guys real soon.

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That is definitely one sweet pontoon, it was so comfortable except for the 5 foot swells that kept drenching us.

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This pontoon was great for a group of 7. We were able to catch a few and we were comfortable. Just watch out for the swells like Iambjm said, but we would have been just as wet in another boat with the way Mille Lacs was bucking us around. Appeldoorn's is a great place to stay and the tractor pull for your boat and trailer is fun too. Thanks Paul and all.

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