Yesterday's humidity left us sticky and uncomfortable. Today's different. Eleven degrees, long pants, a sweater and winds that remind me of walking on the ocean's shore. Did a double take when I walked down to inspect the ever fragile boathouse A. Yes, the winds are from the north and we are being beaten by huge whitecapped waves and "A's" ramp has crunched again. For a moment i thought I saw a clump of snow, I went closer and it was more like bubble bath. It was a foam whipped up from the waves and left on shore. A softer version sits in the basin where the utility dock sits. There wasn't much rain but the wind was really strong all night and still now. Not a good day to be crossing the lake. Have a look on the webcam.
If you have a canoe, trampoline, floatie or anything not nailed down and had been by the shore -- check the lake.
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