Lake St. Clair – You Just Never Know What You’ll See

If it’s adventure you’re looking for then the “big water” of Lake St. Clair might just be the place for you. Aside from the many random events which occur like the occasional “free” air show from Selfridge AFB, an ultralight with a zodiac below the propeller, seaplanes, an endless variety of boats and more, there’s always a chance you will run into something even more unexpected.

The first thing that comes to mind are the plumes of smoke rising from the shoreline in the direction of Canada. On land this is certainly a cause for alarm but out here the “burn off” of grasses from wide spread areas is common in the First Nation Territory. Known for their emphasis on conservation, fishing and hunting the First Nation people do these burn offs to improve the habitat for birds.

Anywhere you have large groups of people gathered together in one place random mishaps will occur. There was quite a discussion that day on board as to how this car ended up in the South Channel of the St. Clair River. The best guess was that the driver wasn’t quite in control of himself, much less the car.

Although we didn’t witness the incident the results were still out in front of Harley Ensign for us to see this vessel in an awkward situation.

The events are as random as life itself but all the more interesting when enjoying the rest of what Lake St. Clair has to offer.

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(c) 2010 Wayne Carpenter

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