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> Belle River Beach Boat Wreck / clean up
post Apr 4 2004, 07:10 PM
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Hello veryone! Here's the scoop - Belle River Beach - Sunday April 4th at 9:45 AM, 45KM north winds, 6 - 8 foot swells and frigid waters - Trish spots a boat being trashed in the surf right in front of our place. I get on the binos and see that two guys are waving for help. I quickly call the Fire Department, and head out to the waterfront. (Note: If you see two idiots in a boat in big surf and high winds - bring your video camera!)
The high winds were pushing the tiny 14 foot inboard towards the marina break wall, but fortunately for them, they got hung up on our newly formed sand bar. The waves pounded the boat, threatening to flip in over, and the two men abandond ship just as the boat capsized in the surf - right in our launch area! Lakeshore FD showed up right on time, to assist the weary idiots on shore.
Unfortunately, for those of you thinking of massive rail slides on the bow, or huge airs over the wreck, they managed to tow the boat onto the shore. Oh well, the thought was there while it lasted! I've heard that our resident ladies man, Dan (aka Tinman Dan), has built us a huge slider for the beach - so the boat loss isn't all bad!

On a side note, ideas are flaoting around, as to how we can fix our thorn weed problems at the beach. I'm sure you all remember those things! Do we spray or mow the field before they turn hard? If you have any thoughts - let us know! [/b]
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