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post #3 of Old 12-02-2008
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You don't want to come up to Georgian Bay: the anchorages are already way too crowded...

(Lost Bay, Thanksgiving (CDN) - about a four-hour sail out of Midland)

(Hope Island - depending on the wind, about 4 - 5 hours out of Midland)

Some more Lost Bay Thanksgiving shots:

(Fairy Lake - accessible by hiking trails on Beausoleil Island)

If these photos haven't made you regret your decision, and you are still committed to coming up here then I've only one thing left to say: Welcome! (but don't tell anyone else how great it is - it's our secret!)

1989 Hunter 30'
Southern Georgian Bay

Visualize the vastness of the oceans; the infinity of the heavens; the fickleness of the wind; the artistry of the craft and the frailty of the sailor. The oneness that may be achieved through the harmony of these things may lead one to enlightenment. - Flying Welshman

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