We put out a call for water photos on Facebook. Here is a sample of what was recently shared today by our Facebook friends.
From Rob’ video – Highway 312. 8.5” Inches in middle, up from 6 inches yesterday at 4pm
Benson’s Dock – West Hawk
From Reg – Brereton Lake south bay block 2. Water levels are at least 2 to 2 1/2 feet higher than normal spring levels.
From Reg – Brereton Lake
From Glenn – Block 1 road at Brereton
This graph comes from https://www.gov.mb.ca/mit/floodinfo/floodoutlook/forecast_centre/lakes/lake_levels/2018/whiteshell_water_levels.pdf Bob from Caddy has been measuring in the same spot everyday and the increase is steady. May 2 -2.5” / May 3 – 6” / May 4 – 9”
Kim Fleming = “While boating on Jessica Lake we found something floating that has probably detached from someone’s dock. Sorry to be vague but if we said what it was we would get many messages. Hope to return it to its rightful owner! “Kim ... See MoreSee Less
Sharing our parks with wildlife is easy. 🐻 Follow these steps for a safe camping experience:🏕️Keep a clean campsite. Store food, cooking equipment and any scented items in a locked vehicle/trailer (including soap, toiletries, dishes, pet food). Don’t cook, eat or store any food or scented items in a tent.🚮Dispose of all garbage into refuse containers or store locked in your vehicle/trailer. Do not burn garbage. Dispose of dishwater at a washroom or septic disposal.🚫Don’t feed any wildlife including birds or squirrels.⚠️Stay alert and keep pets on leash.Learn more at www.manitoba.ca/human-wildlife#ManitobaParks ... See MoreSee Less