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I have tons but here are four of my favorites. The first one is 1992 our first trip to Powell with our first bu.

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I have tons but here are four of my favorites. The first one is 1992 our first trip to Powell with our first bu.

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Nice Yellow Hydroslide... That was the Sh&t back then... Was that the PRO?

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I have tons but here are four of my favorites. The first one is 1992 our first trip to Powell with our first bu.

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Nice Yellow Hydroslide... That was the Sh&t back then... Was that the PRO?

No.gif I still have that old thing buried in the pontoon on the houseboat. :lol:

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I have tons but here are four of my favorites. The first one is 1992 our first trip to Powell with our first bu.

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Nice Yellow Hydroslide... That was the Sh&t back then... Was that the PRO?

don't mock it there honey - my yellow one is still at the lake and will be home soon Yahoo.gif

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I have tons but here are four of my favorites. The first one is 1992 our first trip to Powell with our first bu.

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Nice Yellow Hydroslide... That was the Sh&t back then... Was that the PRO?

Peeps had to start somewhere..... Kim and some of our other friends having fun on there knees at Powell. :)

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Here's the only photo that I've scanned in...

The wife and I road tripped from St. Louis to Lake Powell in 1999, 1750 miles each way. We're hoping to make a return trip with our two daughters sometime in the coming years but I question whether I can handle that much togetherness Crazy.gif

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Being over a thousand miles away, I have never been there. I'd love to see it some day though. I have been reading up on it some. Is it still really low? I read one article that was saying that a lot of the boat ramps can't be used any longer.... And does the sierra club still want to drain it? That's pretty wide to think that somebody would want to drain it.

Maybe they can put a pipe line in from Texas...they have plenty of water the past few day.

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Me doing what I do best at Lake Powell...snoozzzing

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and a cliff where the gravitational acceleration was too much for me...

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Here's a few pictures from our trips in 1996 and 1997. This was back before we got the Malibu, thats the reason for the wally boats. Innocent.gif

The pictures from the trip with the Malibu are at home, so I can add a couple more later.

Here's about my favorite picture from Powell.

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vlxjeff, nice pictures! Good eye.

I live in TX & don't make it that way much, but looks like a fun lake to spend a few nights on a houseboat & play on!

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this is a great topic. never been there but would sure like to go. is october a good time of year? and where is the best place to rent a houseboat?

For less crowds, September and October are the best. I hear it cools off (all relative) a bit in October though.

I've rented from both Wahweap and Halls Crossing. Both are real good. It really depends on what part f the lake you want to explore the most. I'm not sure how the new Antelope Point marina is, but I hear it's pretty nice.

The only downside I can think of with Wahweap right now is the long drive with the houseboat if you want to get out of Wahweap bay and deeper into the canyons. With the low water, you are forced to drive all the way around Antelope Island. Kind of a long haul and uses lots of gas on both the houseboat and your Malibu.

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