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Albums: Ludington Yacht Club today, in full sink mode.
Location: Copeyan Park 5/9/19
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I might add that most people are not aware of the break-wall located in front of the beach house because it is buried in the sand and is exposed during high water events. The image below shows waves crashing against the wall during high seas. It saved the beach house from being washed away.
Found some old family photos of high lake levels about 30 + years ago. Lake levels have been fluctuating since the lakes were formed thousands of years ago. But I'm sure this recent rise in water will be another Climate change data stream added to the already phony Global Warming ferry tale.
Photos taken from porch of Ludington State Park Beach House.
Looking out from north end of beach house porch
Looking northwest from center of Ludington State Park Beach House
Thanks for the historical pic. Willy, and only 7 years previous. Must be about 4-5' difference in water levels, and that's unbelievable if you haven't witnessed it personally.
Bayou in 2012
Thanks for posting these photos aquaman. The club may have to move to the City Marina until the water level drops. It wasn't that long ago when the docks in the bayou were high and dry.
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