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Hi I have a question, I was up in superior in my tanzer 26 (SOO-Whitefish-grand marais-Quebec harbor) I wore long johns in the middle of July on the sunniest day.
Is it ever actually warm up there?

amazing scenery though and tasty fishes
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Hi I have a question, I was up in superior in my tanzer 26 (SOO-Whitefish-grand marais-Quebec harbor) I wore long johns in the middle of July on the sunniest day.
Is it ever actually warm up there?
There was one day last August that was quite warm.

I woke up to 36 degrees one morning last June here in Duluth, soon after I moved here from Seattle. You can't really think in terms of "does it get warm..." A more positive spin is "it never gets too hot."

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Ron (wannabe Lake Superior sailor).
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I sailed superior twice, across from Sault st Marie to Thunder bay and back across the following season heading for the Atlantic, completed the lake in 59 hours straight across. it was an amazing trip i did it this past summer to raise awareness for organ donation and Cystic Fibrosis.
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my website if you would like to take a look. Going Beyond
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Hopefully I'll be on the big lake next year.
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