June 11, 2020

Back at itHey, I wanted to submit this photo for photo of the week!! Our little guy was super excited to get another boat in the water! Heading towards Big Dog Channel. Just in front of Beausoleil Island.

Kate Dudman

Now that your boat is back on the water (we hope) it’s time to start shooting that family group for the Photo of the Week. Or other family groups. Or social distancing. Or anything else that pertains to boating amid this very different season

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