RE: NANFA-- pretty schweet.

Crail, Todd (
Tue, 14 Jan 2003 12:19:30 -0500

As long as there aren't any signs that say: "No Drinking! No swimming! No fishing! Do NOT come in contact with water! - Lucas County Health Department".... I think anything is fair game ;)

What was great last spring was when the Ottawa River (health warnings galore) flooded the entire Ottawa Park Golf Course. It took 2 weeks for the greens to appear, and oh man did the new deposit of sediment smell wonderful. Now that's what I call a "water hazzard"! ;)
-----Original Message-----
From: Jay DeLong

There are other potential hazards-- you don't want to float into debris or
garbage... or somebody's trotline :-)

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