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--- W S Potter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This year it may. FWIW, in '83 there were some
> serious problems with those
> who did some trolling in Wells on their way home
> from the salt. Don't want
> those marital problems again this year due to the
> high water. The event tee
> shirt is "collectable". No, not the Speedweek one.
> Actually, Lake Bonneville covered an area larger
> than many states at it's
> highest point. Parts of Utah, Nevada and Idaho were
> under water. Our home
> in Salt Lake is on what is known as the East Bench.
> During the Lake
> Bonneville era this area was under over a hundred
> feet of water
> on 5/4/05 11:01 AM, Flowbench@aol.com at
> Flowbench@aol.com wrote:
> > In a message dated 5/4/05 6:59:47 AM Pacific
> Daylight Time,
> > email@example.com writes:
> >> We are building a tri-hull with a high torque
> trolling motor in case the
> >> water is still up.
> > I didn't know the Lake Bonneville went all the way
> to Wells ;)
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