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Old 04-09-2019, 07:00 PM
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And btw, great thread you started here “Resurrected”
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Originally Posted by Todd B. View Post
Hi Resurrected, sauble beach must get some big nw wind and snow! Ive done a car trip around lake huron from port huron to Sault ste. Marie which included goderich Collingwood, Owen sound, wairton, tobemory then across to manataulin then to the soo. Awsome caves, waterfalls, glacial features and put my finger on the waterline of the glacial lake that was 200' higher than present day. I have a pic of my wife under the dorcas bay sign😁. Very cool trip with history you can see. Todd
That would have been a great trip, very different topography in each region, driving across Manitoulin Island is something to see. Sounds like the wife is a good sport!
It can get hairy here in the winter for sure, heck even in the late summer.
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And btw, great thread you started here “Resurrected”
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You're welcome!
And thank you for the kind words
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Originally Posted by frickstyle View Post
Yes, very cool, thanks for starting.

Can you post pictures of the scuba diving? I am going next week (in Cabo), and dammit, I forgot my gopro again!
Unfortunately the conditions sucked on Sunday for anything photo worthy
Cabo diving will be excellent! When I have forgotten to take my camera I have actually enjoyed the dive more, of course that's also when Murphy's law kicks in and you can check off every box in the wildlife list!
Have fun and dive safe

I wear a thin shorty neoprene wet suit when kayaking, keeps me warm in the boat and alive of I go for a swim!
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Kelly when I was a kid my parents took our cabin cruisers on 3 wk vacations up into their turf.

Cross Lake Erie, up the Detroit River, Cross Lake St Clair, up the St Clair River and into Lake Huron.

Then into the North Channel and Georgian Bay, God’s country!

You can drop a nickel into 20’ of water and see it to bottom!

Huge wreck diving area.

Thousands of stone islands and you’d swear you were the first white man back there.
You expect to see Indians walk out of the woods.

Pick a cove to anchor in, stay 3 days a

nd neve see another boat!

You have the perfect boat for a similar trip.

We are doing one when my projects done.

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Rob, the pics of Boyne Thunder were what piqued my interest.
It was one of Pete’s photos of one of the card stops (I think it was stop 4 or 5)
I love our long boating season but I’m envious of the scenery and pristine water up there.
Absolutely beautiful.
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We boat out of Caseville. Hopefully we have a long summer.
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Originally Posted by Twin O/B Sonic View Post
Kelly when I was a kid my parents took our cabin cruisers on 3 wk vacations up into their turf.

Cross Lake Erie, up the Detroit River, Cross Lake St Clair, up the St Clair River and into Lake Huron.

Then into the North Channel and Georgian Bay, God’s country!

You can drop a nickel into 20’ of water and see it to bottom!

Huge wreck diving area.

Thousands of stone islands and you’d swear you were the first white man back there.
You expect to see Indians walk out of the woods.

Pick a cove to anchor in, stay 3 days and never see another boat!

You have the perfect boat for a similar trip.

We are doing one when my projects done.


You know I'm up for it!
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Did 10 days up there well worth the trip.
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I spent every summer on the shores of Lake Huron north of AuGres, wonderful boating, Charity Island trips, Lunch trips to Tawas, trips down the Kawkawlin River for lunch and a cool drink, hanging out at Point Lookout, water skiing, beach bon fires, ETC. We would really like to drop the boat in and run with you guys over there one weekend this summer..
What ramps would you locals recommend.

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