For the best experience on the VoyeurWeb, you need to update your browser. Posted by: Various Unknown. Happened to be at Lake St. Clair in Michigan again. This boat party never dissappoints me. I hope you enjoy.
For the best experience on the VoyeurWeb, you need to update your browser. I just got back from Lake St. Clair in Michigan. The fish were not biting so good, but I got a few shots of some girls having a good time. I hope that you like them. Tag Cloud. Special Themed Contests. Memory Lane.
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Clair in Michigan, just north of Detroit. Lake St. Jobbie Nooner is a natural phenomenon that occurs every year. Jobbie has become a rite of passage. You will see everything at Jobbie Nooner.
Living in Harrison Township means one of two things: You likely either own a boat or you know someone who does. During the 20 years I called Harrison Township home, I was thankful enough to fall into the latter category. All of my friends had their boating licenses at 14, and had access to their parents' dinghies and skiffs, which we would take to the bay on any given weekend to swim, flirt with boys, kiss each other, and escape the homework and oppressive parental forces that awaited us back on dry land. Though my sleepy hometown refers to itself as "Boat Town U. Clair, Harrison Township is actually less exciting than its nautical nickname suggests. And, not surprisingly, not much has changed in the 10 years since I left. The speed limit on Metropolitan Parkway has increased by a whopping five miles per hour, Blockbuster is now a Family Video, and high school kids still hang out behind the Kroger on Crocker Boulevard, except now they have smartphones and vape pens. But one of the few things that has remained devilishly impure and true of Harrison Township is the annual ritual of Jobbie Nooner — two words that continue to define the legacy of an unassuming little town that not even I can point to on a map. It gets wild out there, but it's really not that bad. Captain Jim has asked me to omit his real name and profession when we talk two weeks before the 44th annual Jobbie Nooner event.