Memorial Day Weekend News! The milfoil is showing up around the lake. Report areas to Karin or Bev and please pick up all the floaters you see. Put a net in your canoe, boat or kayak and "scoop" up all those floaters. Each floater can become a new plant.
Annual Meeting Reminder: Annual Meeting is July 14th at 10:30 AM at Jim and Bev Nelsons. Program on Landscaping to prevent rain water runoff given by New Hampshire Lakes Association. Potluck lunch to follow. Watch for your postcard with details to arrive soon.
Spring 2012 Annual Meeting is July 14th at 10:30 AM at Jim and Bev Nelsons. Program on Landscaping to prevent rain water runoff with potluck lunch to follow.
Ice out March 23rd Pond is ready for Kyacking, Canoeing and fishing. Saw someone casting from shore today. Peggy Hoburg writes:
"Yesterday the melting was really interesting at our end of the pond. In front of the Cox's was an expanse of "sandbars" with rivulets of water flowing on top -- what l used to see at low tide on the Delaware Bay when I was a kid. Closer to the outlet were huge mats of shattered safety glass undulating with the movement of white caps diving below the surface. The racetrack in front of the island formed an arc of open water before the mass was pushed along by the wind and current. Everything kept moving toward our end of the pond, so fast it was like watching a time-lapse video. Sections of ice mats floated into the funnel-shaped outlet only to get flushed into oblivion by the dam's whirring chopper blades. Quite a sight! The dam made a clean sweep of it; not a speck of ice continued down the Red Hill River. Last year was a different story with ice floes toppling over the dam, and sometimes even getting stuck for awhile at the brink. Never a dull moment!"
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