Nothing beats the wild rush of air right before a cool splash into the lake!
For some houseboaters, the most nerve-wracking part about navigating such a big vessel is pulling into the dock for a smooth touch-down.
In 1953, Jim Sharpe started Sumerset Marine with a 10- by 24-foot steel bottom with scow bow.
Voyageurs National Park, Minn., is closing up five land and water areas to protect nesting bald eagles, according to ABC Eyewitness News.
The inexorable draining of battery-powered devices is an undeniable part of life.
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