TCC for 8/13/10
Due to the phone line being out the Caretaker will only be able to post to his blog when he gets the time to get over to the mainland which will most likely be intermittent, hopefully things will return to "normal" sometime this coming monday. In the meantime, here is a photo from this morning and one from the archive:
Before there was the blog the Caretaker sent out posts via e-mail, the following is from the Caretaker's second winter on the Island:
Island Ice Report for 4/13/07:
Lake Temperature: 32 F
Not much to report these past few days, the Caretaker has been spending much of his time dealing with the day to day mundane travesties of life. Once figuring out the iPhoto problem the Caretaker had to transfer and reorganize all of his digital photography, the weather has been perpetually cloudy this week and with the addition of the snow, rain, and hail there wasn't much to be done outside so the inside work wasn't a bad use of time. Because of the constant overcast many of the photos from this past week or so have been from the Caretaker's photo files, the weather report for the coming week is not looking so sporty for photography either. The cold weather of late has caused more ice to form, but now with the rain and wet snow there is quite a bit of slush on the water and on the ice. The last time the Caretaker was on the ice was this past Monday, he's not sure of the current condition of the ice but he will find out tomorrow, if all goes well tomorrow's trip will be the Caretaker's last trip to the mainland until after ice-out. Funny thing is that with the way the weather has been, and predicted to go, the ice may not go out until May, who knows, find out when we get there. Whatever the conditions will be, hopefully something interesting will occur for the Caretaker to report on.
Oh, by the way, the Caretaker did hear from the publisher of the Lake George Mirror this morning, from the e-mail the Caretaker does know that one of his photos made the cover, which photo the Caretaker doesn't know but he will find out tomorrow.
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