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The Impatient Boater

We spent some time on the Coventry and Trent & Mersey Canals recently and frequently bumped into (sometimes literally) an increasingly common figure on our trip, the Impatient Boater. 484 more words


Elderly woman dies after being pulled from Bolton Lake

BOLTON, Conn. (WTNH)– An elderly woman has died after being found unresponsive in Bolton Lake Saturday evening.

Police say 89-year-old Virginia Bergstrom, of Bolton, was found unresponsive in a lake near her home around 5:40 p.m. 49 more words


New Sask. highway signs warn of dangers of aquatic invasive species

Clean, drain and dry – that’s the message the Saskatchewan government is sending to boaters in new highway signs.

The message is aimed to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species into the province. 224 more words


Boaters: The Hilltop View

Perched up where the sun hits first and the wind can get violent, my eyes watch and analyze your every move, near and far. You often find your way across the blue, whether it’s rowing the edges, circling your jet-ski, bouncing over the water as your inner child yells, “Faster!”, or letting the wind take your sail for a ride. 17 more words


Coast Guard issues warning for boaters, beachgoers ahead of Darby

The Coast Guard is urging the public to prepare for the onset of heavy weather expected to impact the Hawaiian Islands.

Tropical Storm Darby is expected to generate sustained winds of 60 mph, storm surge and surf up to 20 feet along east-facing shores throughout the Main Hawaiian Islands. 268 more words


Connecticut boaters to be educated about invasive species

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut boaters and others are being encouraged to help prevent the spread of invasive plants and animals.

The state is holding its first Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness weekend, starting on Saturday. 116 more words


Photo Post #7

Boaters on West Point Lake in Georgia. June 2016.