Put the "ing" in your Boating

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had-enough-snowThe Polar Vortex has had North America in its grip for far too long, reminding us of the winters in the 60’s and 70’s.

The humorous picture making its way around the internet, “If you have had enough cold and snow, PLEASE…Raise your hand!” about covers it.

Every waking minute.....

hang-in-thereseems to be spent developing strategies to deal with ice, snow, freezing rain, wind, wind chill, frigid temperatures, snow blowing and shovelling—not much room left for thoughts of summer boating.

But, hang in there. As soon as this unrelenting blast finally breaks, get out and visit your boat. Give it a pat and renew your friendship. See “Let it Snow

Spring is just around the corner. Actually spring starts on the 21st—just a couple of weeks away. Like every other year, temperatures will eventually rise, snow will melt, daylight will get longer, flowers will emerge and before you know it, we’ll all be at the dock and out on the water boating again.

Are you ready? What are your summer plans? What are you hanging in for?

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Hello Brenda and Doug !<br /><br />We're considering boating up into Georgian Bay this year from Lake Simcoe. MANY (many) of our friends who are experienced boaters, have said - for several years, they won't go back to Georgian Bay because of the...

Hello Brenda and Doug !<br /><br />We're considering boating up into Georgian Bay this year from Lake Simcoe. MANY (many) of our friends who are experienced boaters, have said - for several years, they won't go back to Georgian Bay because of the LOW water levels. <br /><br />Question: Because of the record snow falls and bitterly cold weather....does this mean that we might have the water level on Georgian Bay improving this year? What does your (educated) crystal ball have to say?

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Thanks for your email.<br /><br />Water levels are rising in the Great Lakes. I have attached a March 2014 graph from NOAA's website with 2012, 2013 ad 2014 recorded levels and the projected levels to August 2014. Look promising. <br />http://www....

Thanks for your email.<br /><br />Water levels are rising in the Great Lakes. I have attached a March 2014 graph from NOAA's website with 2012, 2013 ad 2014 recorded levels and the projected levels to August 2014. Look promising. <br />http://www.lre.usace.army.mil/Missions/GreatLakesInformation/GreatLakesWaterLevels/WaterLevelForecast/MonthlyBulletinofGreatLakesWaterLevels.aspx

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