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I was actually afraid to open this post after reading the title!!!:laugher: :laugher:
 

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Um, " Lake MIchigan " and we get crap for picking on Blondes !!!!!!!:D :D :D ( just kidding !!!! )
 

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Looked like Miami to me... I've never seen Lake Michigan... is that a white-sand beach, and is the water really that blue???
 

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Yes to both answers. I might be a little partial,but Chicago has it all when it comes to boating.
Except the weather:mad:
 

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Thats a fair way of putting it. Thats a " second vote " for Chicago,,, has anything you want, beaches, open water, rivers, and we get lots of big water here 10'-12' waves common here:eek:
 

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it is just out of the picture at the bottom
 

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obnoxus said:
I was actually afraid to open this post after reading the title!!!:laugher: :laugher:
I'll have to second that!!:laugher: :laugher:

Anyway, Lake Michigan is a awesome lake to boat in. I've never been around the windy city boating though
 

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Aggressor Tom said:
Greeneyedbeacher, Inland lakes have a "shore line" to what the ocean has a "coast line".
That's why I used the word 'coast line' in my post... I didn't realize that a lake shore could look so much like the east coast beaches... must be nice! :cool:

Lakers: be careful claiming a monoply on 'shore line'... the folks who live and play at the Jersey shore will jump on that one! ;) ;) ;)
 
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