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Hi there,

we just relocated to Metro Detroit and bought a 23ft Sea Ray.

Im looking for a digital map I can use with fugawi moving map software
(and my Garmin GPS).

Hey, I really would appreciate any recommendations for good places to swim
and nice places to eat around the lake.

We are at Keans.

take care, Tom
 
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Strawberry is the nicest swimming.

Man ohh man! Places to eat. Jack's, The beach Grill, Brown's, Decker's, bumpers, Crews Inn, The Tin Fish. The list is all good. Start by visiting the site's of the restaurants that are our sponsers, like Tin Fish and Jacks.
On the home page, go to the buisness listings and check out all the restaurants.
There are quite a few.
 
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I've never heard of fugawi map software, so I have no idea on that one, but I like the name. I have heard of hiking boots being called fugawi shoes because after you walk a while, you look up and say "where the fugawi?"

Anyway, for restaurants, there's quite a few. There's Jacks and the Beach Grill in the Nautical Mile, Bayview Barge north of Metro Beach, Crews Inn and Bumpers on the Clinton River, Mac and Rays at Macray Harbor, Tin Fish at the most northern spot on the lake, Deckers on the North Channel, and Browns on the Middle Channel. On the Canadian side, there's the Lighthouse (at Radlins marina) and Spooters (at the Cove) down off the Thames River, the Sandbar somewhere along the south shore (Puce maybe?), and Lilly Kazillys on the other side of Peche Is., so technically off the Detroit River. I've never been to the Bayview Barge or the Sandbar. Bumpers and Browns are more like a corner dive bar than a restaurant. Bumpers doesn't have many docks, and expect to have to raft at the Tin Fish. I'd bring big fenders since the docks are open to the lake. Lot's of good places, depending on what you're looking for...
 

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Since your at Keans (I believe on the Detroit River) there is Sinbads close and Lilly Kazillys on the Canadian side. Nautical mile restaurants aren't too far. Puce river on the south end of the lake has the Sandbar Bar and restaurant. Lighthouse Inn on the Thames River is excellent also.
 

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Thanks a lot, guys !

see you on the lake.

Attached a photo of my boat.

best regards, Tom
 

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QUOTE(tom03 @ May 12 2003, 06:28 PM)Thanks a lot, guys !

see you on the lake.

Attached a photo of my boat.

best regards, Tom
She's a beaut!
 
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