And the hunt has begun. Charlie was found today for the first time this season.
It’s been a windy day here today. Power has gone out once. How many more times before the night is over, that is the question.
Charlie has found his first home for the season. How long before he will be found?
Getting ready for Memorial Day Weekend means getting the raft into the water. Here’s the pictures from winter home to summer home. It takes an hour to move the raft as our tractor moves slowly.
John and our two sons, Brian and Chris, went crappie fishing last night. They each got their limit and we know have 75 more fish to eat. Yum! John’s fishing report: Crappies are spawned out and the Bluegills are now on the beds.
This has been an unusual spring. Early ice out, warm temps and the hummingbirds arrive two weeks ahead of schedule. I had to scramble to get food made and feeders hung.
The 16th annual Journey’s Marathon took place this past weekend. this race is a pre-qualifier for the Boston Marathon. White Birch village Resort has the honor of hosting the starting line for the full marathon. It was a beautiful morning on Saturday for the race. Much better than last year with the freezing rain. The race starts at 8AM and it is a hub of activity from 7:15 – 8AM. By 8:15 AM you would never know anything had taken place. It’s a fun morning.
The sure sign spring is here is Dock Day! With the warmer than normal spring we are having, the day was beautiful to put in docks. The water temp was a balmy 60 degrees!