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With the tide too low to make the raft up this weekend I decided to work on dredging out my canal. I had spent time after the storm probing the canal with my kayak paddle to be sure nothing solid was there. I carefully worked my way back and forth untill I had cut my way to the main channel and could back into my slip so I think If I keep it clear I should be able to get out now unless its an extream low tide.

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Comment by Todd on February 3, 2009 at 7:12pm
He is Max the dog and yes teh slip is just behind the house. The down side is they dont want to spend the money to dredge it all out to a decent depth it tends to silt in over the years.
Comment by LOLA on February 3, 2009 at 6:40pm
What a beautiful boat,,,and what is the dogs name? Is that one of those neat set ups,where your slip is at your home?

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