The good news - The lake water level is higher than it has been in at least three years.
The bad news - It is now a short swim to get to the beginning of the dock.
Who you gonna call? The Muck Crew.
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Saturday, June 4, 2011
All roads lead to the dock
Labels: Camp Notes, Michigan, The Dock
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I'm hoping they're planning the dockside trench to open up boat passage all the way to quay they've built.
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