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    This is my boating philosophy

    Very interesting reading here. I have been boating for years primarily in the Western US and relocated back here a few years ago. At first I noticed a lot of the same issues here as we had in the West. The amount of unsafe boaters that I have observed here is scary. I think the biggest offense that I have seen is passing someone that is going much slower at a high rate of speed with disregard for the wake that is produced and the aftermath that it causes.
    I too pay extra special attention to kyakers and canoeist .They sit at a boaters mercy as far as the wake issue so they require a lot of extra space. As do the sail boats. They can turn in different directions suddenly and I really watch what they are doing so that I don't interfere with them.
    All in all I have enjoyed the challenge of navigating this lake and avoiding the challenges that hidden rocks and irresponsible boater pose out there.
    Posted 08-18-2010 at 07:50 AM by challmec challmec is offline

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