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LAME that there is no Lake St. Clair section

I sail inbetween lake Erie and Lake Huron on Lake St. clair. Not sure what section to adopt as both lakes are about the same distance away. guess I'll head on over to the suggestion section for now.
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Re: LAME that there is no Lake St. Clair section

The only great lake you can spend a hour or more in without freezing. :-)
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Re: LAME that there is no Lake St. Clair section

There was a discussion on SailNet some time ago about too over categorization. I believe the consensus was to consolidate a number of the less active sub-fora. If you look at the complete (I think) list of Destinations here you will see the traffic various areas draw. Chesapeake Bay and Massachusetts Bay dominate the Destination traffic.

For Lake St Clair, you can post right here in the overall Great Lakes forum ( http://www.sailnet.com/forums/great-lakes/ ). Given the total traffic you could make a case for deleting the separate sub-fora for the individual Great Lakes. Maybe such consolidation would draw more traffic through synergy.
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Re: LAME that there is no Lake St. Clair section

I honestly dont care much about traffic. I was just hoping to find a section on lake st clair specifically that I could post in. No biggie either way.
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