Northwoods' Notebook

Posts Tagged Winter Wonderland:

Cold!

It has been so cold that all the lakes are safe and trucks are driving everywhere even on Lake Minocqua!

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Winter!

As I was driving into town tonight I was in awe of how pretty the trees looked. Each one was whiter and prettier the farther down the road you looked.

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Snow and more Snow!

It has snowed every day this month and is

once again a winter wonderland! It is so

pretty watching it fall through the trees!

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The Word is out!

The word is out that the fishing is good on Booth Lake this winter! Not one but two Eagles were out in front of the lake home having dinner!

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The Booth Lake Snowman

The kids that were here over Christmas week had a great time in the snow. They created the best Booth Lake Snowman right out in front of the Lake Home! So say Hi to our very own snowman or is it a snowlady?

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My Favorite Tree!

I have to share one more picture of the beautiful snow we had with this picture of the beautiful Blue Spruce by the game room. It was the prettiest tree here, don’t you agree??

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A Stormy Kromer Snowman!

Minocqua has the largest snowman wearing the largest Stormy Kromer and it is quite a sight to see! In case you don’t know what a Stormy Kromer is I had a post last year talking all about the great winter hats made in Ironwood, Mich.  This one is 8ft in diameter!

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Eagle!

Mark did some ice fishing so the ice is thin where his holes were and it didn’t take the Eagle long to find the hole.  This Eagle was sitting on the ice right in front of the Lake Home.  So fun to see them any time of the year!

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Merry Christmas!

This is our neighbor’s fence that looks so festive with all the snow! I hope you are all enjoying this wonderful holiday season with family and friends. And enjoying all the pretty sights everywhere!

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Booth Lake!

Here is a picture of Booth Lake just at the end of the driveway.  And yes the snow is plowed into a pile that almost reaches the top of the swing.

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