December 27-31 Note the photo on our Home page that shows total ice-in of the North Bay as of December 8, 2010. Then came warm temps, rain galore, and high winds. Poof! Gone!
December 27 at 7:38 AM.
December 27 at 7:54 AM.
December 27 at 7:39 AM.
December 30 at 7:33 AM.
The photo above shows ice in the North Bay; however, full ice-in did not happen until about January 5 as you can see on the Photos 2011 page.
Just to keep our friends from away aware of the weather that they are missing, here are some photos taken by our Commodore around his home following a rather light snow storm. We probably had some 4-5 inches but it did leave us with some beautiful early morning scenery. Potential of a biggie storm by Monday! Ouch! As far as the ice is concerned, we were iced in, but as of today much of the north bay is wide open again!
This a shot of Larson Lane looking north late in the afternoon of December 22.
December 2, 2010
On the morning of December 2, 2010, the CYC Commodore, his wife, and Amos the boat-dog, took a traditional trip around the lake for some late fall photos as seen below. This year is especially interesting in that the lake is considerably lower than usual necessitated by the dam repair which, as of this date, is nearly finished. Some photos can be enlarged by clicking!
The first group of photos was taken from the property of Captain Hugh and Betty Stephens. Hugh is the current CYC Keeper of the Light and former long-time Commodore. They winter in N.Y.
The first two photos look southwest toward Cuba Island.
The first large photo below looks northwest out toward the lighthouse and the second photo again looks southwest toward Cuba Island.
At the Outlet
Can You Spot the Turkey?
Photo taken in the woods off Peace Pipe Shore Road.
Area of Trues Cove (Can you spot the boat-dog?)
At 5 Bridges
Looking west, the road runs along the left side of the photo.
Note the Ice off Rocky Point!
In the Juggernaut
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