In affiliation with my writings on Camp Fire Island, I had the good fortune to become acquainted with Kim Potaracke, a Forest Archaeologist. She has archived the story of Camp Fire Island for us. She, in return, shared some early Clam Lake history with me that she had found.
To err is human and I’m at fault for the err I made last week.
The Bugle Days Dinner will be held on Saturday September 12 (not the 10th) I hope I haven’t caused a great deal of confusion…
The next Potluck Dinner/meeting will be held this Thursday at 5pm. The meeting is first, then dinner and then” High Stakes” Bingo. So, bake up a tasty treat and join your friends and neighbors…..
Good Sunday Evening Readers…
It’s about 6:30 pm and the mercury is quickly falling, as we reached a balmy 78 degrees today the night should be pretty comfortable. I’m hoping for another spectacular sunset. It seems to change to a beautiful red as it hits the tops of the trees and the reflection on the lake is awesome! The beauty of our Northwood’s…. there’s nowhere better than this!
What a soggy Sunday this turned out to be! Once in awhile the sun will peak out and then I’ll run outside to pick some more flowers be fore they all blow away and it’s starts to drizzle…. oh, well there’s always Monday…..
There’s a correction as I was mis-informed. The Forest Service informational open-house will be held from 3:30pm to 7pm on September 30th, Note the time change……
Good afternoon Readers!
I have a couple of September dates to share. On Saturday, September 12, The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will hold Bugle Days in Clam Lake. If you would like to reserve your spot for dinner you can call: Jenifer Nieland at 920-639-1850. It’s always a good time, so reserve your spot now….
Good Monday Morning Readers!
Saturday was a beautiful day for Clam Lake’s 3rd Annual August Fest. I have a lot of people to thank so, bare with me.