Photo of Wolfeboro Bay from behind Yum Yum Shop this morning…waiting for the first day of Nursery School at the train station. The calm before the color. The summer is already winding down.
Wolfeboro Bay Sunset
The summer story of a marriage made in heaven (see photo 2). For $20 you can take a little excursion from Wolfeboro Bay on Winnipesaukee aboard a 10-seater Garwood named the Milli B and if you're lucky you will get Dennis Schauer as your guide and captain extraordinaire. Bring your own eclairs but bring an extra…well, ice cream […]
A salmon fisherman trolling on Wolfeboro Bay with ice-in backdrop. This weekend's weather should really open things up. 70's on monday.
Patches of exposed grass, three large Canadian geese V's flying north over the bay, 70 on the car dashboard, receding ice on Wolfeboro Bay and a long outside run in a t-shirt….most welcome.
The first two days of 2011 have been rather balmy after the brisk stretch leading up to the new year. The early mid-afternoon melting ice has created a low fog around town as the air temperature drops into later afternoon. This bold ice-fisherman set up shop on the receding iceline on Wolfeboro Bay just an hour ago. Photo […]
The town and lake Winnipesaukee seem to be at peace these fall evenings. All you can hear is the clank of a few dishes, a little laughter and some great smelling food over at Garwoods.
The M.S. Mount Washington "Soon we'll be making another run…" You love boaters know the tune. It's always good to here the whistle every spring. Here is a photo of the boat leaving the Wolfeboro town docks this afternoon. You can find the schedule and website here: http://www.cruisenh.com/. Stay cool…
A downtown view from Brewster Field yesterday on a raw day. The water and town have been calm though the taverns seem full. In the photo from right to left Dockside Grill, Bootleggers, Garwoods and Dive Winnipesaukee. In the background Bay Manor (Old Durgin building and Stables) rise above.
If Larry the Cable guy were standing by the bridge today that's what he would have shouted…"Get er' done boys!" Some salmon fishermen are more hard core than others.