Jon's tracker shows him camped on the beach at Grand Mere State Park southeast of Stevensville.
Toby's tracker shows the Intrepid 3 (they now call themselves The Mouseketeers) about 4 1/'2 miles down-lake from the South Haven pier. See Mark's blog for his report of being driven off the lake early by "thunderous surf" and high winds. Looks like they are windbound like Hugh and his crew was. Mark says they will peek out of the tents in the morning to see what's what and then decide.
Coach hopes to join them in the morning.
No call from Dan. I'll report on his report in the morning.
(This photo is not one taken by our boys, but grabbed off Google images to give a sense of the power of Lake Michigan. This is the Grand Haven pier; photo was in the Grand Rapids Press October 27, 2008.)
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.