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Date:
04 Jan 2002
Time:
00:46:29
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Great site! Glad to catch up on whats happening on "The Island". Started vacationing every summer on the island about 26 yrs ago. Spent my Youth growing up there, shure have been allot of changes! Hopefully work will slow down soon so I can take my kids to the island to come of age. I doubt there will be a VW with a "Doors" logo running around the island now, those were the days. Those of you that have been long time islanders know what time frame I'm talking about now. Hello to all my friends on the island, sorry i havn't been back for so long. Jamie Darr (the kid who was always fishing) Millersburg Ohio, jdeandarr@valkyrie.net

Date:
05 Jan 2002
Time:
20:53:57
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kyle silverwood tijerina arizona at22@dana.ucc.nau.edu

We have family stories from the Isles. My ggrandfather can remember his father talking about trading there, and fishing. We are Ottawa Indian and would love to hear from others who have stories about trading with American Indians. My great uncle was a birthbark canoe maker too. There are family stories about one of his canoes hanging somewere on the Isles. I would love to locate where it is!

Thanks for the site -- and please add the history of the American Indians who traded and fished with the locals of the Isles for hundreds of years.

Date:
17 Jan 2002
Time:
00:36:17
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Really enjoy your site and the comments from folks far and wide, perhaps visiting MB for the first time. Spent many happy summers, autums & winters on MB with my family. Your site and Doug's as well are a far cry from the days of trying to get a phone call to the airport in Port Clinton to see if the planes were flying so we could beat a blizzard and taking off in driving snow from the winery airport or being blown sideways all the way to the mainland from East Point in a snow storm. Keep up the good work. New visitors can make their own memories.

Walt Lawhead, Milan, OH

Date:
31 Jan 2002
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22:14:16
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Be able to read others comments and look at the pictures helps the winter go by a little faster. I can't wait to be back to the water, my friends, and my new cottage. Emily Gill

Date:
04 Feb 2002
Time:
16:47:07
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Date:
07 Feb 2002
Time:
19:46:21
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This was one of the better sites going, good work. Very informative, and laid out nicely.

David A.Raborn 3927 Nine Mile Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45255 AASAFEDIR@aol.com

Date:
12 Feb 2002
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20:41:30
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Very nice website - looks like a great family vacation spot, and we are definitely looking for a summer getaway!

Donna Peacock Texas

Date:
16 Feb 2002
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16:15:59
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Super site! Easy to navigate and offers loads of good information. I first visited the Lake Erie Islands in 1975 when I lived in Perrysburg,Ohio. I found the Islands as fascinating then as I do now. I have been a visitor to Middle Bass Island for the past seven years and look forward to coming back each year. This summer I plan to spend at least three months on MBI and I am already gathering things to take along with me. It should be a great summer.

Curt Marsolek Sugar Land, TX

Date:
18 Feb 2002
Time:
23:24:27
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Great website. I know you can't stop progress on the island but try to keep it in check so it doesn't lose its charm. My wife and I do C.G.Aux. patrols for Sta.Marblehead and visit MBI almost every weekend. Roy Kearton Newark,OH

Date:
09 Mar 2002
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23:00:16
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Nice web site. Visited last year the island for the first time. We can't wait to see what the state park marina has done. We hope to be back by boat this summer. knotakare@prodigy.net

Date:
15 Mar 2002
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14:00:05
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I have very many fond memories of Middle Bass Island. I have been coming to the island for 23 years since I was 18 years old. I am honored that I have had the opportunity to spend time up at the islands. It is a wonderful place! My Uncle Gene Styranka has a cottage in Burgandy Bay. Being on Middle Bass Island on a warm summer day is like being in a different world. You can slow down and take it easy...it's a little bit of heaven...

Ann Feeney

Date:
20 Mar 2002
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13:44:10
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Amy Cartledge Jones Golden Valley Az.

Nice web site to come check in on. Yours and my dad's (Doug's) have great pictures and let us see some of the things going on around there. Lots of changes since I went to school there.

Date:
20 Mar 2002
Time:
13:49:35
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Amy Cartledge Jones Golden Valley Az

Happy Birthday - Doug Cartledge Put-in-Bay class of '65

Date:
22 Mar 2002
Time:
16:55:08
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Your sight is wonderful. I really enjoy seeing the islands. I grew up on North Bass Island and flu to school on Put-In-Bay island. Those were the years 1946 to 1961. On North Bass we had a one room school and a church. There were 11 children in the little one room school. Ice fishing was our favorite. Playing in the water was another favorite. Believe me, I miss the islands - Lane Maynard.

Date:
22 Mar 2002
Time:
17:20:32
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Your sight is wonderful. I really enjoy seeing the islands. I grew up on North Bass Island and flu to high school on the old ford tri-motor to Put-In-Bay island. Those were the years 1946 to 1961. On North Bass we had a one room school and a church. There were 11 children in the little one room school. Ice fishing was our favorite. Playing in the water was another favorite. Believe me, I miss the islands - Lane Maynard of Kansas City, Missouri.

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