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Ohelemapit

Visit A Lake Creature Near You

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Days are growing longer and summer is coming. Kids will be out of school and families will be planning their vacation get-aways. Where to go, where to go. Well…how about visiting your local lake creature.

Everyone has heard of Nessie, many people have heard of Mokolo Mbemebe, in the US people may know Champ, in western Canada there is Ogopogo. The list goes on. And on…but many of these require a degree of travel that in these days of budget conscious vacations it can be difficult to manage, but what if you could just pack up the tents or hitch up the camper and drive just a few hours with the hope of seeing a creature of a lost age?

Just a tally of lakes and large bodies of water around the world, excluding oceans, comes to 93 locations where lake and river creatures are said to dwell. And this is considered an incomplete list.

No fewer than nineteen American states claim lake monsters with California holding the record with four, followed by Minnesota holding fast with two, and New York and Vermont Have one each but both lay claim to “Champ” the Lake Champlain creature so give them one and a half each which brings the total to 25 bodies of water inhabited by unknown creatures.

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Absolutely - anything to get folks out in the environment and paying attention to something other than their cell phones or their X-Box.

They'll realize soon enough that the lake monster stuff is a lot hooey and might accidentally discover they love being out in nature.

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It would help if all the local goverments would stop makeing it illegal to go in the bodies of water, or be there after dark. But then again this could just be around were i live.

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Here you can go in the river day or night but the lakes are closed at night, at least certain area's are.

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Absolutely - anything to get folks out in the environment and paying attention to something other than their cell phones or their X-Box.

They'll realize soon enough that the lake monster stuff is a lot hooey and might accidentally discover they love being out in nature.

What a brillaint idea. :tu:

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