Gas Prices

dclboater

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I know this has popped up in some other threads, but every time I see gas prices tick up another notch on our lake, it makes me wonder what everyone else is paying and thought a dedicated thread may be fun (in a slightly disturbing way).

Currently $7.39 a gallon @ Deep Creek Lake in Maryland (ethanol free, on lake). Anyone higher or significantly lower?
 

Jack M

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I paid $6.19 last Saturday,on land Ethanol Free 90 octane. On the water ,its $7.69
 

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Lake Norman Marina, the local Bennington dealership is $6.79 a gallon E free...... I still have a half tank from when we filled up at the beginning of the season at $5.19......
 

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Lake Cumberland on the water was $6.99 for 90 octane no corn. $5.49 on land.
 

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Update. Went up yesterday and it was $6.70 a gallon. 29 gallons to fill up…..ouch.
Stopped at one marina for lunch and they were $7.00.
 

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We filled it up and did not worry about it. Owned Gas Stations for 30 years and everybody thought we were making a fortune and at $5.00 a gallon we lost money. That's way we changed industries. It's really nice to have weekends with my wife.
 

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We filled it up and did not worry about it. Owned Gas Stations for 30 years and everybody thought we were making a fortune and at $5.00 a gallon we lost money. That's way we changed industries. It's really nice to have weekends with my wife.
Yeah, we made more selling a quart of oil to someone than a tank of gas.
 

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We filled it up and did not worry about it. Owned Gas Stations for 30 years and everybody thought we were making a fortune and at $5.00 a gallon we lost money. That's way we changed industries. It's really nice to have weekends with my wife.
Noone would believe how little a local station makes per gallon of gas.
 
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