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Wagner stopped at a boathouse at the foot of F Street in the Georgetown Channel to pick up more passengers.
Rock Island north of Washington Island is accessible via two ferry rides (and a drive across Washington Island) and features hiking trails, the state's oldest lighthouse, an early 20th-century stone boathouse and backpacking campsites.
But a day spent at a small lake club in Connecticut last August, with its Gatsby-esque dock and creaky wooden boathouse, changed my mind completely.
The main island still holds the remains of the chieftain’s longhouse at Borg and a cluster of Viking Age boathouses.
Both Gothamist and DNAinfo spoke with at least six couples with weddings booked at the boathouse, who are reportedly now missing catering deposits between $8,000 and $13,000.
Over the next 30 hours, George rode ATVs with his extended family at 640–acre Arcadia Farms, casting off from a boathouse dock into one of the 13 ponds stocked with bluegill, catfish and bass.
One of the filthiest spots was across the North Branch from a boathouse Emanuel commissioned six years ago from architect Jeanne Gang as a cornerstone of his riverfront plans.
The patio below the boathouse deck — once a gaping hole — was filled and reconstructed using lightweight pavers.
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: a small building that is used for storing boats near a river or lake
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