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Lake St Clair and architectural awards

Previous posts have introduced the re-purposed Pumphouse that sits proudly in the centre of Tasmania.  When blog follower Ju alerted me to the 2015 Tasmanian Architectural Awards… 157 more words

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Flood watch in place as lake and river levels reach highest since 1980s

Homeowners in Windsor and other waterfront locations across Essex County are crossing their fingers for sunny weather after watching area lakes and the Detroit River reach their highest levels since the 1980s. 860 more words


Jobbie Nooner Partiers Share Party Tips (Video)

By Edward Cardenas

ST. CLAIR SHORES (CBS Detroit) – Boaters and their passengers were up early Friday morning to pack their vessels and head out to the annual Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island. 176 more words


June 18, 2015- Riverside, Fisher Bay and a Chance of Rain

Sometimes a certain place just calls your name. That was the case last Thursday. With the way the weather has been lately and with busy schedules, it’s been hard to find the time to make it out on the water. 374 more words


Lake Erie a hot spot for Great Lakes vampires

The vampires of the Great Lakes are all around us.

Blood-sucking sea lampreys in Lake Erie are at least five times more abundant than scientists would like, making Lake Erie the worst in the Great Lakes now for the invasive eel-like fish, Mike Steeves, of the Sea Lamprey Control Centre with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, said Wednesday. 879 more words


In-Water concert, AquaPalooza returns to Lake St. Clair July 25-26

Thousands of boaters are expected to rendezvous at AquaPalooza, an in-water concert, held in Harrison Township July 25-26. Seven live acts (see below), including chart-topping country superstar Kelsea Ballerini, will entertain the crowds for the weekend for a celebration of the fun boating lifestyle Michigan offers to nearly four million boaters. 276 more words


Camp Cooking

Four days at beautiful Lake St Clair and there were a couple of firsts for us.  The wiser we become, yaah, the more we understand our mortality, and we have come to accept that life is, well – too short.   949 more words