After a very long time since the last visit, we got down to the shoreline here to check out the bay. They've cleaned up all the fist-sized and smaller rocks that were thrown up on the grass and pavement, so it's safe to drive in and park. The little beach where the waves ate 50 feet into the playground in last fall's storms remains to be dealt with. I believe the current plan is to remove the playground, but there's still a lot of other restoration work to be done. They haven't even thought about the boulders along the shore yet.
The worst storms seem to be at the end of October and in early November when the lake level is also at its seasonal high. Last fall they had to close the shoreline street as it was flooded, and there were rocks a cubic foot in size thrown onto the grass. This fall is predicted to be the historic high as long as records have been kept. Wish us luck!