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Discussion in 'The Tiki Bar' started by dwna1a, Oct 18, 2022.
Pics from Lake Superior and Michigan
What are those, like 2 footers?
Those are stay at the dock waves…..
Those are 4 footers. I used to take my SR out in those all the time.
Oh I’ve been out in those 4 footers and then some in my SR as well, but it doesn’t mean I want to go out in those conditions.
Let me get some plywood and fire up my Honda generator and I'll be good to go.
Just keep the bow up and you’ll be fine.
Words to live by...
Chesapeake Bay, not Lake Michigan. Those lakes get crazy, while the Bay gets rough, it won’t sink freighters.
I don't remember for sure when but those two pics I put up are the result of a big storm that hit the east coast some years ago. That's what the news at the time was saying about them. I don't think it was as far back as Sandy, since that I think.
Don’t forget to take your pet pig along for the ride.
Good thinking. I'll put it close to the transom so the bow stays up.
I don't take my boat out in rough water. It called pleasure boating for a reason. It's not much pleasure get beat by the high waves.
Conditions on the middle Potomac were horrid today. Not one wave to be found.