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SNAPSHOT - High water levels wreak havoc with trees at Tremblay Beach
By Chris Savard
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SNAPSHOT - High water levels wreak havoc with trees at Tremblay Beach


Stoney Point - Jun. 6, 2020:
Last year, the high water levels caused one tree to uproot and fall into the lake. This year, there are likely five or six more. Like most photos, these do not do justice to the changes along the shoreline at Tremblay Beach Conservation Area. These photos were taken from the water side last evening.






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