Water! Please I need water…

With all this amazing weather here in the Mid Atlantic this week, there is a classic boating catastrophe happening on lake Hopatcong. The water is down. Like way way way cant get my boat off the lift down. And how is Bob “have I got a calendar for you” Kays gonna go for his boat ride for ICE CREAM? For gods sakes people. Bob may starve. Okay maybe he wont starve. Maybe that was a little to Jersey dramatic. But yous all better start running around and singing a rain dance.

Normally under water. Yikes either way

What it should look like – Down 12 inches!

And not to be left out of the new finger trend. Bob shows how its done more in focus! WHO DOES YOUR NAILS BOB?

Now, don’t think I don’t see the irony here out west. I mean come on, Lake Mead? Boats and bodies are being found in the dry bed. AND here is the irony part. We all know many of those bodies are from?… You guessed it. EXIT 6 off the Turnpike if you know what I mean. They just fell off a truck in Nevada, or wherEvva! So. DANCE! For gods, and Vinny’s, and Dino, Toney T, and all the family friends sake. Go.. Dance. Or wash your car!  WHATEVVVA!

One little cloud! Come on baby.. Grow

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11 Responses to “Yo! We Need You To Do A Collective Rain Dance For New Jersey.”
  1. Greg Lewandowski

    Not good! We’ve been there in the Great Lakes and it’s not fun!

  2. ART

    We here in the Great Lakes of Michigan have water levels that are DOWN 12+ inches from the last few years and are VERRRRY happy about it. Soooooo watch what you wish for!!

  3. Bilge Rat

    Too much or too little, either causes grief. We have lived through WAY too much water around here and I think the impact of that out weighs low water boating inconveniences.

  4. Bilge Rat

    Someone needs to put a marker on that wave attenuator or whatever it is/was on Lake Hopatcong. Hitting that would be a bad day of pleasure boating, whether its local knowledge or not!

  5. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)

    Low water can be a pain in the A$$. With my tapered shoreline. It means I have to put in more dock. Also more shoreline to mow. If you can get your boat out, you can’t go all the places that you want to. Oh well, it us a natural cycle and has been going on for millions of years. We just have to live with it.

  6. Floyd r turbo

    Eastern Kentucky gets too much and in North Georgia it’s rained every day for the last two weeks and will continue for the next week and a half. Will gladly send this weather pattern up the coast to Bob. It’s negativity impacted our monthly Lake Lanier gathering where only 3 or 4 captains were bold enough to brave the predicted showers.

  7. tom

    Was just out on Lke. Hopatcong yesterday, and this is not a very deep lake to begin with, We guessed it looked to be down about a foot. In May and June we had more than average rain by far. My swimming pool was overfull until the past couple weeks, and I’m glad I left it to evaporate because I’d be adding water long before now. Sure doesn’t take long to dry up. All of North Jersey is frying up like out West.