Kendall currently lives on the shores of Lake Texoma in Texas. She traveled across two-thirds the U.S. for many years camping at lakes, rivers, and three oceans before motels and hotels if at all possible. Writing for LakeHub allows her to share lake life in real life time! https://kdavis1836.wixsite.com/luminiwrites

Camping On A Budget

Camping on a budget is one of the most exciting ways to get away. Camping used to be a necessity, a way to go fishing and hunting, how people vacationed on a budget in the U.S. or where people go to be free. Free of the city in some cases, and in these times, free…

NEW LAKES IN TEXAS

Two Brand New Lakes in Texas

It’s not every day that you get to announce the building of a new lake, much less two. North Texas is soon to be home to Bois d’ Arc Lake and Lake Ralph Hall, Texas’ two newest lakes. Both lakes are in Fannin County. Bois D’ Arc Lake is located four miles northeast of Bonham,…

The Largest Freshwater Fish In The World

There could be some confusion between the biggest freshwater fish, and the biggest freshwater fish ever caught. The biggest freshwater fish caught can possibly outweigh the biggest species of freshwater fish.  Russia’s beluga sturgeon, also known as huso huso, is the biggest freshwater known fish in the world according to the Pan-European Action Plan for…

The State With The Most Lakes

Limnologists are the scientists who study lakes. U.S. limnologists define a lake as a relatively large body of standing or slowly moving water occupying an inland basin of appreciable size. Definitions that distinguish lakes, ponds, swamps and other bodies of non-oceanic water are not well established. Because of this, lakes and ponds are sometimes mistaken…

Should We Fear Brain-Eating Amoebas?

In the summer time, when the mid-day heat hits it’s full peak, there’s nothing more refreshing than jumping in your favorite swimming hole. With murmurs of brain-eating amoebas in the news lately, even while having fun swimming you might be thinking in the back of your mind… is this safe? We hear about these deadly…

Lake Etiquette To Know Before You Go

Did you finally take the plunge and buy that boat you’ve always wanted? Would you like to brush up on the rules of the road on the water? Has it been a few years since you took your boater’s education course? Lakehub.com has put together a comprehensive look at how boating etiquette transfers into safety…

The Land of 10,000 Lakes

State mottos are a great way to capture a snapshot of what makes the people of that state really tick. In the case of Minnesota, the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” is legendary. But how many lakes actually are there in Minnesota? And what makes a lake, versus a pond or a big section of river?…

License to Boat: What You Might Need

You might be surprised to know that 42 U.S. states require mandatory boating education certificates to operate a boat. The eight states that have no boating education requirements are Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Your state boating license may not be valid in another state. There are boating safety courses…