8:45 PM: Call from Dan. They are camping on the beach couple-three miles south of the Lake Macatawa Outlet. They didn't get much help from the wind. It started coming from the east so they took the sails down and have been paddling. They are envying Hugh because he would have been paddling down the lake without all those damn houses in view.
Jon's spotter shows he stopped a couple hours ago about half way between South Haven and the Palisades Nuclear Plant.
No entries on the Coach's blog since last Friday. We know he did the Hugh Heward 50 miler on Saturday and ran into some kind of trouble on Lake Michigan after he resumed paddling and that he is back in Superior Wisconsin now. I'm waiting for the rest of the story.
Charlie is home. Looks like my cat herding days are over.
The Wisconsin River flows 430 miles across the state from Lac Vieux Desert in northern Wisconsin to its junction with the Mississippi River ar Wyalusing State Park in southwestern Wisconsin. Known as "the nation's hardest working river," it has many power dams and resevoirs, mainly on its upper and middle portions along the lower stretch with beautiful scenery and numerous islands.