The new beach chairs are ready and waiting for you.
The beaver keeps John busy. The beaver builds under the bridge and John tears it down. This happens on a daily basis. I’m sure the poor beaver what keeps happening to his home.
We began the construction of the new playground today. We’ll keep updated pictures coming your way.
We’ve had ducks in the creek this past week. I tried to get closer, but they were spooked and flew away. Sure wish I had a telephoto lens!
It doesn’t take much to realize where this saying came from. The beaver dam we posted on Saturday has grown 3 times larger in just 3 nights! The beaver has been very busy. It’s amazing what they can accomplish in just 3 nights. John and Joe began breaking it apart today. Now the question is: Will they be able to keep up with the beaver?
Charlie finally made his way from the depths of White Birch Lake. John and Joe finally braved the wind to retrieve Charlie.
The stealth camera has captured a few pictures that last couple of days. Most of the pictures were taken at night so are in black and white, but it still was fun to see who was visiting and when. The photos have the time it was taken (using a 24 hour clock) and the temperature. Enjoy!
Poor Charlie is still underwater. It has been too windy to go rescue him. Hopefully Monday we can rescue him from the depths of White Birch Lake. Stay tuned for pictures.
The loons arrived this week. It is always so cool to hear that first Loon cry in the spring. The beaver have been very busy both at the bridge and over near the picnic pavilion. We’ve had the stealth camera set up at the bridge hoping to get a picture of him, but so far no luck. We’ll post it if we get lucky. Saw a deer walking along the creek this last week, first deer on the property in a long time. The chipmunks are out running everywhere waiting for people to feed them peanuts.