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Old 10-26-2008, 05:46 PM
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I know it was low at my marina. Not as low as one time last year.
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damn, whats up with that ?
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Arghhhhhhh ... That sux.
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A few days of constant winds will do a lot . I remember seeing Georgian Bay ( Wasaga Beach ) rise more than 2 feet after some strong north winds . But what you have is terrible .
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Wow!!!!!!!!!
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happens every year around this time. this end of lake erie is shallow. untill you get a good 35 miles plus out into the middle of the lake, 30' is deep. wind blows hard out of the SW it just blows the water right out, the last couple pictures is the bay on the lake side, I have seen it blown out further than you can see, if it wasn't for the mud you could walk out for a couple miles.
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perfect time to find those pesky cell phones and car keys you lose after a drunken stumble on the dock! was at the beach this weekend, water was really high.
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It's a big drain from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario...
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