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Name:   Sunrise - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Two Floating Docks
Date:   3/10/2017 12:17:06 PM   IP ADDRESS: 71.91.11.85

Floating near each other in Cooper's Bay, currently traveling ESE 

Both are quite large.





Name:   lakngulf - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Two Floating Docks
Date:   3/10/2017 1:39:36 PM   IP ADDRESS: 155.254.14.158

It's that time of the year!





Name:   Samdog - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Two Floating Docks
Date:   3/10/2017 3:46:09 PM   IP ADDRESS: 97.78.155.125

Yup, they either get stuck on the way up and destroy the pier or float away if you are not there to keep an eye out.

 

 





Name:   BigFoot - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Two Floating Docks
Date:   3/11/2017 8:51:15 AM   IP ADDRESS: 71.91.11.94

..mating season?





Name:   mariah1 - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Two Floating Docks
Date:   3/11/2017 9:29:55 AM   IP ADDRESS: 174.223.145.1

Now that's funny right there





Name:   lakngulf - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Two Floating Docks
Date:   3/11/2017 4:34:11 PM   IP ADDRESS: 155.254.14.158

Which begs the question:  "What would be the mating call of a dock?"





Name:   BigFoot - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Two Floating Docks
Date:   3/12/2017 8:54:53 PM   IP ADDRESS: 71.91.11.94

..it can go on begging 'cause I wouldn't touch it with a ..well, you know...





Name:   GoneFishin - Email Member Reply
Subject:   I'll Touch It
Date:   3/12/2017 10:21:20 PM (updated 3/12/2017 10:22:36 PM)    IP ADDRESS: 173.169.31.17

 

Based on research from 2015, the environment acts as an acoustic filter, preferentially absorbing certain frequencies. These acoustical properties set up selection pressures favoring evolution of sound-producing mechanisms capable of forming signals that will propagate efficiently. Even within two floating docks, for example, the sounds of different populations of docks in the Southeastern United States have structural adaptations permitting maximum propagation among the floating docks of Lake Martin.

 





Name:   BigFoot - Email Member Reply
Subject:   I'll Touch It
Date:   3/13/2017 5:32:36 AM   IP ADDRESS: 71.91.11.94

...as father Costanza once said, "That's perverse!"





Name:   Mack - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Well Obviously,,,
Date:   3/14/2017 7:52:20 PM   IP ADDRESS: 74.240.81.93

the mating call of a dock, at least a Lake Martin Dock, sounds like this... Bump..Bumpp..Bumper..Bumpers.. Bumpers..

SCREECH.... Repeat, Bumps....





Name:   Lake Martin Dock Company - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Well Obviously,,,
Date:   4/17/2017 1:38:47 PM (updated 4/17/2017 1:59:44 PM)    IP ADDRESS: 75.90.227.88

Mack,

 

  You are cracking me up.  More like.. ring ring ..  "We have people coming over for Memorial day, can we have one of your double decker boats houses before then?"

  :)  Glad for the warm weather and water though.

David McGirt
Lake Martin Dock Company







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