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  •  Pleasant Lake! (3+ / 0-)
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    NoMoreLies, weck, Rogneid

    Sorry, mostly OT, but I've been going to one of the camps on that lake since 1980.
    Yes, its shoreline is definitely changing.

    'Cause growing up is awfuller than all the awful things there ever were.

    by Waterbug on Sat Jan 19, 2013 at 05:52:25 AM PST

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    •  Would it be the girl scout camp (2+ / 0-)
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      on the north shoreline? That lake is nice because that camp encompasses nearly the whole north shoreline and the native vegetation (dry oak woodland, savanna and cedar glade) is intact. It is also a no-wake lake which makes it, well, pleasant!

      Trickle Down Economics 101: They get the golden parachute, we get the golden shower.

      by NoMoreLies on Sat Jan 19, 2013 at 07:17:14 AM PST

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      •  Yes, Camp Juniper Knoll (0+ / 0-)

        established 1924.
        They've been doing a restoration project on the land for several years, clearing out lots of invasive plants and lower growth, reseeding with native species.

        'Cause growing up is awfuller than all the awful things there ever were.

        by Waterbug on Sat Jan 19, 2013 at 07:59:11 PM PST

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