On Dec, 1, 2009, my docks broke loose from their winter moorings in Grants Bay.
But with the help of the KLRA, who sent out an e-mail to our members, I have retrieved my docks in good condition.
Things just keep getting better. When I arrived at the public dock at Dennesyesterday to retrieve the one dock, I was informed that my other dock, and connecting ramp had been pulled out of the water to make room for docking.
My complete docking system was at Dennes all winter. I made arrangements with Dennes and 2 young lads delivered my docks to me.
(There are 2 docks, chained front and rear to each other.One piece is 6 ft x 16 ft, the other 8' x 24'. There were 2 wooden triangularpieces on the larger dock. Note: the docks were chained to a tree, so Iguess the chains holding them together could also be weak.
I thank you for your assistance, and look forward to saying soin person.
Home Phone# 416-243 0442 Cottage 705-689 firstname.lastname@example.org )
I would like to thank the many good neighbours who responded
to my call for help in finding my wandering docks. It gave me
a real feeling of comunity to realize that we of the KLRA are
looking out for each other. Thank you.
I should also thank Bob at Dennes Marina for braving
the chilling December winds and waves to secure my docks
for winter. Thank you Bob, and thanks to the 2 young men
who assisted me in installing them for this season.
You have all been a great reminder to me, that we are
ALL neighbours. Tom and Ramona Alexander
Kahshe Lake Ratepayers' Association (1994) Inc. (KLRA)PO Box 1318, Gravenhurst, ON, Canada, P1P 1V5Information: email@example.com Site Comments: firstname.lastname@example.org