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Fishing…it’s for kids of all ages!

Betty is 90 years old and she doesn’t miss a day out on the water when she’s here. Everyday I watch her walk to the fish house with her basket of fish in one hand and the filet knife in her other hand. She cleans all her own fish. Way to go Betty!

Fishing…it’s for kids of all ages!2012-09-15T17:08:39+00:00

Fish Stories Told Here

After a day out with guide, Mike Errington, guests gathered around the fish cleaning house telling fish stories.

Fish Stories Told Here2012-09-11T17:03:18+00:00

Playful Otters

Three otters were playing in the culvert under County K this morning. They didn’t like that I was trying to get their picture, but I managed to get one before they hid inside the culvert. It was fun listening to them scold me for being there.

Playful Otters2012-09-10T12:03:04+00:00

A sign fall has arrived…..

The arrival of colder temperatures brings an end to swimming to the raft, so today the raft went back into storage.

The raft sits on top of a boat for a ride to the channel.

Entering the Channel

Loading the raft onto the trailer.

Final draining of the pontoons before heading to storage.

A sign fall has arrived…..2012-09-10T11:59:41+00:00

Reliving Memories

Last week my niece, Sierra, spent a weeks vacation at the resort. She just graduated from college in May and this is the first summer she has been able to be here since high school. It was such a joy to watch her relive all of her childhood memories. She was here for 6 days and she filled it with every possible activity she could. I had a smile on my face the whole week watching her. It truly reminds me why White Birch Village is such a special place and why our statement “Where memories are Made” is what this resort is all about. Along with the pictures of Sierra’s activities for the week they also participated in the teen/adult treasure hunt, did the scavenger hunt, took several pontoon boat rides, spent time in the game room and the hot tub. the only disappointment for her was that there wasn’t a picnic the week she was here.

Building a Sand Castle



This is what your face looks like when you lose the first musky you have ever had on your line 🙂

Sierras friend, Mari, caught the largest fish of the week! It was a 24-25 inch northern.

They even got into the hunt for Charlie.

The creek was a favorite of Sierras! They caught frogs and crayfish!

This is a great photo of how the resort looks at night from the lake.

Reliving Memories2012-09-06T16:28:29+00:00

Pileated Woodpecker

A young pileated woodpecker was trying to get into the bird feeders by the office. I snuck outside with the camera to take a picture. I didn’t want to frighten it away. I didn’t have to worry as the woodpecker didn’t care that there were three of us standing there watching him. He flew right over our heads telling us to “get out-of-the-way”. 🙂

Pileated Woodpecker2012-09-04T11:40:05+00:00
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