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Alexandria Bay Poker Run Wrap-Up: As Scenic As It Gets

Despite some foul weather at one of the most popular—and scenic—events on the Poker Runs America schedule, participants in the Alexandria Bay Poker Run overcame the conditions to have an excellent time among select company last weekend (June 13-14).

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Bill Tomlinson participated in the Alexandria Bay Poker Run in his turbine-powered 50-foot Mystic cat My Way. Photo by Tamara Taylor/Poker Runs America

A wide range of performance boats, including Bill Tomlinson’s My Way 50-foot Mystic Powerboats catamaran, Chris Bullen’s Clarion wooden boat, Stephane Boudrias’ Ferrari-themed 44-foot Marine Technology Inc. cat, Patrick Bedard’s Go Fast Outerlimits V-bottom and Brian and Janet Lundy’s new M35 Widebody from DCB Performance Boats, took part in the run, which featured the always-popular lunch stop at O’Brien’s Restaurant in Clayton, N.Y. An aside, Lundy’s M35 was featured in the latest issue of Speed On The Water magazine (read the story).

After enjoying the St. Lawrence River and the beautiful Thousand Islands region throughout the day Saturday, participants were treated to dinner at the host location—the Edgewood Resort in Alexandria Bay, N.Y. The evening rounded out with the naming of the Poker Runs America Hall of Fame inductees, which included Kyle Landry (grandson of longtime poker runner John Landry), Adrian Rushforth of Mercury Marine Canada and Stephane and Diane Boudrias. Check out more images in this Alexandria Bay Poker Run photo gallery….

The next event on tap for the Poker Runs America crew is the Ottawa River Festival Poker Run in Hawkesbury, Ontario (July 4-6).

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