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Kenny and Nancy call Oconto, Wisconsin home during the summer boating season where together they enjoy recreational boating on the Oconto River and the Bay of Green Bay. When boating season is over they become snowbirds and head south for the winter in their Monaco Windsor luxury motor coach named OWFISH.

Kenny lived and traveled in OWFISH with his late wife Barbara from 2002 until she had a disabling stroke in 2011 and passed away the following year. From then the OWFISH set, except for a short trip in 2013, until Kenny started traveling again with his new wife Nancy in 2014.

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Friday, June 13, 2008

Historial Flooding

On the 14th of January this year I wrote about taking a workamping job in Fond du Lac County in Wisconsin. Then on the 29th of January I wrote that we turned down the workamping job to go to Menominee, MI instead. We are so glad that we turned down the position because historical flooding in the area this spring has put the campgrounds under water. In order for the campground here in Menominee to start to flood, the water level in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, including the Georgin Bay and North Channel in Canada, would have to rise at least 4 feet. As of today, Lake Michigan-Huron has risen 3 inches over the level at this time last year, which is 46 inches lower than recorded history for the month of June set in 1986. By July 13th, the projected rise in the lake level in another 2 inches.
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