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#130 Apr 5, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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Depends on what you're looking for. I don't spend too much time in the ocean ... vacation is just a way to get away and relax somewhere in my eyes. If you like to swim in the ocean, then you are correct. If you don't really care then Michigan sounds like it might be an alternative depending on what other things they have going on. You don't know till you try.
Indiana Dunes is a nice introduction, not so far.

We went there one year for a short vacay. Took a train into Chicago for a day. Very nice.

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Albakoikee

#131 Apr 5, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>I'd rather drive 12 hours to 86 degree water temperatures than five hours to 65 degree water.
George and I have spent a lot of time in the same area. The northern gulf area puts the Atlantic beaches to shame.

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Hilliard, OH

#132 Apr 5, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Unless it's July.
Cold water is cold water. Ever been to the beach in New England in July? Nobody goes in the water unless they're in a wetsuit.

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#133 Apr 5, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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George and I have spent a lot of time in the same area. The northern gulf area puts the Atlantic beaches to shame.
Spot on. There are no better beaches in the continental US than those of the Emerald Coast, from Panama City Beach to Pensacola.

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#136 Apr 5, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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If you like spending time with you're family, you can enjoy practically any place.
That's what Uncle Ernie said.

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#137 Apr 5, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Spot on. There are no better beaches in the continental US than those of the Emerald Coast, from Panama City Beach to Pensacola.
Used to tour the inland waterways on the Gulf Coast with a relative who had a houseboat.

Had a lot of fun.

Still prefer freshwater for swimming.

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#138 Apr 5, 2013
Srotaredomtihstae Spook wrote:
Heckle and Jeckle, tazmainian Devil, road runner. And speedy Gonzalez.
Should have known you would come up with Heckle and Jeckle.

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#140 Apr 5, 2013
Srotaredomtihstae Spook wrote:
Heckle and Jeckle, tazmainian Devil, road runner. And speedy Gonzalez.


LOL

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Dayton, OH

#141 Apr 5, 2013
Space Ghost, Herculoids, Speed Racer, Thunder Cats, Smurfs (Gargamel), Johnny Quest, Go Go Gopher, Justice League, Super Friends, Rocky &Bullwinkle, Fat Albert and the Cosby kids, G-Force, The Jetsons, Mummies Alive. GI Joe, Pop Eye the sailor.

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#142 Apr 5, 2013
Boomer7 wrote:
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I grew up on the east coast. There are still a bunch of cartoons that will never ever air again. Trans-Lux was huge in the 60's. A singer, Dobie Gray, did the sound track for Hercules.
WPIX and WNEW out of NYC had all the so called cutting edge cartoons at the time.
Saturday mornings were our prime watching moments especially during the rainy season. We too spent most of our time with pick up baseball games or hanging at the beach. Ahhh, the good ol' days of youth...
I remember Dobie Gray. Drift away. Guy had one silky smooth voice.

Cartoons, every Saturday morning. Then when American Bandstand or Soul Train came on, my dad would switch the station tp wrestling or the roller derby. Hilarious because that was our cue to leave the house, rain or shine, not because he wanted the TV, he wanted us out of his hair for a few hours. But we'd manage to come back late afternoon to see the Ghoulardi and the horror movies. I think those were broadcast in Cleveland, too.

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#143 Apr 5, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>I'd rather drive 12 hours to 86 degree water temperatures than five hours to 65 degree water.
Dunno. I'd drive 12 hours north to Mackinac anytime. Pristine, gorgeous. No swimming beaches, but the Grand Hotel, horses, and serenity. There are few areas of the country I can say I've despised or haven't found something to enjoy. One IS Miami. You are spot on that the beaches along the Florida panhandle are the best. Sand like sugar, clear blue warm water, and there are some very nice resorts down there. Been all over Florida, and I think that is my favorite region.

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#144 Apr 5, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Cold water is cold water. Ever been to the beach in New England in July? Nobody goes in the water unless they're in a wetsuit.
Or really drunk.

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#145 Apr 5, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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I remember Dobie Gray. Drift away. Guy had one silky smooth voice.
Cartoons, every Saturday morning. Then when American Bandstand or Soul Train came on, my dad would switch the station tp wrestling or the roller derby. Hilarious because that was our cue to leave the house, rain or shine, not because he wanted the TV, he wanted us out of his hair for a few hours. But we'd manage to come back late afternoon to see the Ghoulardi and the horror movies. I think those were broadcast in Cleveland, too.
Sorry to burst in, but didn't Gilligan spin off of Dobie Gray? What was Gilligan's name? Bob....

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#147 Apr 5, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Spot on. There are no better beaches in the continental US than those of the Emerald Coast, from Panama City Beach to Pensacola.
True, unless you go to Key West.

Florida beaches, well, all of Florida has changed a lot.

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#148 Apr 5, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Sorry to burst in, but didn't Gilligan spin off of Dobie Gray? What was Gilligan's name? Bob....
Bob Denver. Ah, crap. I see I put 'Gray' instead of 'Gillis'

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#149 Apr 5, 2013
Uh, excuse me, folks. Apparently I should not be typing or trying to think tonight. Gray, Gillis, Gilligan...???? Maybe I should just retire for the evening.

carry on.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#150 Apr 5, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Sorry to burst in, but didn't Gilligan spin off of Dobie Gray? What was Gilligan's name? Bob....
You are doing this on purpose, aren't you?

And it wasn't Dobie Gray, it was Johnny Nash.

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#151 Apr 5, 2013
Srotaredomtihstae Spook wrote:
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Cold water = less trash and jelly fish.
Yeah, Spookerini, and you know what I remembered?

"Man Of War" - No swimming today", signs at Hallandale & Hollywood Beach in FL.

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#152 Apr 5, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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Dunno. I'd drive 12 hours north to Mackinac anytime. Pristine, gorgeous. No swimming beaches, but the Grand Hotel, horses, and serenity. There are few areas of the country I can say I've despised or haven't found something to enjoy. One IS Miami. You are spot on that the beaches along the Florida panhandle are the best. Sand like sugar, clear blue warm water, and there are some very nice resorts down there. Been all over Florida, and I think that is my favorite region.
That's right, gokeefe, stay OUT of the Devils Triangle at all costs.

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#153 Apr 5, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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I remember Dobie Gray. Drift away. Guy had one silky smooth voice.
Cartoons, every Saturday morning. Then when American Bandstand or Soul Train came on, my dad would switch the station tp wrestling or the roller derby. Hilarious because that was our cue to leave the house, rain or shine, not because he wanted the TV, he wanted us out of his hair for a few hours. But we'd manage to come back late afternoon to see the Ghoulardi and the horror movies. I think those were broadcast in Cleveland, too.
Ghoulardi originated in Cleveland--started with a late-night weekend horror flick. You don't remember all the Parma jokes?

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