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OutrageMan posted 05-03-2001 02:03 PM ET (US)   Profile for OutrageMan   Send Email to OutrageMan  
I posted this link in another section of the site, but I think all will be interested in it. It is a spreadsheet showing current Great Lakes water levels, and compares to last year, and other high and low water points. It also gives some projections.

(Son of Harry)

Georgian Bay Boater posted 05-03-2001 02:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for Georgian Bay Boater  Send Email to Georgian Bay Boater     
Thanks for the constant reminder, at least my cottage property in Georgian Bay keeps getting bigger and bigger. Now hopefully I don't get taxed on the increase in size.

My marina has told me that by the end of July we will be experiencing lower water levels that the summer of 1964 (the lowest on record).

This will definitly sort out the cautious boaters from the reckless very quickly.

Whaletosh posted 05-03-2001 03:55 PM ET (US)     Profile for Whaletosh    
Makes me glad to have a shallow drafted Whaler. Several of my co-workers have sailboats, cuddies, and cabin cruisers. Some will barely be able to navigate, others simply won't be able to put the boat in at all.

Again, glad I have my Whaler, but sure do feel for them


Chesapeake posted 05-03-2001 06:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for Chesapeake  Send Email to Chesapeake     
Guys: I think I found the missing water... it's in my backyard.

What a wet spring it seems we have had in Chicago (until this one). I was afraid my kids' playset would sink into the lawn!

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