Cruising Lake Greenwood Again
What a Terrific Time Was Had by All
Once more Lake Murray Power Squadron members towed
their boats to Lake Greenwood under overcast skies, wondering if the weather
would clear as promised or if we would be turned back by rain. But as on our
other trips to Greenwood, the day cleared and we enjoyed a wonderful outing on
Saturday 10 August. All told we had 30 members with 10 boats and two jet skis!
David Allen toured us around the lake, stopping for lunch and an almost group
photo (Tommy Clawson seems to have gone missing when the shutter snapped) at
Harris Landing. If you're ever up that way, this is a great place to stop for
amazing food and service! We then headed to "Secret Lake," which is reached by
narrow passage after going under yet another low rail bridge. After an afternoon
raft up under sunny skies, we reluctantly headed back to the landing where the
guys got to pitch in and replace a burned up bearing on Doug Dahlgren's trailer
to ensure we all were able to return home safely.
Click on the first thumbnail below to open a slide show to see the fun you
missed. Be sure to check out our 2019 cruise schedule and plan to join us for
one or more trips next year! You are sure to have a grand time.