Boreal Bay Lodge – windstorm – 6/13/17

Never have I seen anything like this before and hope never to see it again. Power was knocked out during the worst, but we captured a lot.

Thought we should share some of the pictures and video of the story of the 2017 windstorm that hit us last Tuesday.

No people were injured and all cabins are operational.  1 camper, 2 vehicles, 3 boats sustained damages.  One electric pole was smashed. Few cabins lost shingles. Docks took a wicked beating. ~30 trees down. 

Everyone who survived it with us all agreed, we were extremely fortunate.

2017 Windstorm

Regards,

Kevin Nelson
Boreal Bay Lodge
(888) 257-9518
www.bbaylodge.ca

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