Considering the enticing passage from Georgian Bay to Lake Ontario? Thinking of exploring Lake Michigan’s northeastern shores? If so, check out the December 9th Trent Severn or December 11th Northeastern Lake Michigan webinars at www.GLCCSchool.com. And while on the GLCCSchool web site don’t forget to also check out the three webinar recordings also open for registration right now. We hope to see you in class soon!
With the coming of the holidays and cold weather, for most of us summer boating is just a fond memory. However, even as we dig out the Christmas decorations it’s never too early to think about our next boating season. If you are considering attending the 2014 Rendezvous in Leamington Ontario you’ll definitely want to take the time to also explore what the rest of Lake Erie has to offer. To that end we invite you to watch Come Discovery Leamington and the Rest of Lake Erie an enjoyable five minute cruise of Leamington, Ontario and 31 other wonderful Lake Erie ports. And while you’re at it take time to check out The Great Lakes Cruising Club’s latest Harbor Report Cruising the Lake Erie Islands Area.
The year is 1952 and the Mackinac Bridge is still in the talking stages. GLCC members, who passed through the Straits of Mackinac on their way to the North Channel and beyond, had a very different view. En route, they probably visited one or more of these locations. Step back in time when the gateway to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula was still by ferry. When the current marinas, future sites of GLCC Rendezvous, are yet to be built.