March Madness in the Pacific Northwest

 

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Remember yesterday I posted about the huge wind storm and waves? Right after our seatwork, the lake flattened out, like someone spread out a sheet on a mattress. Tight. Then, all of a sudden, snow started to fall.  It’s too warm we all said. Weird that it would snow, we all said, it won’t be there in the morning, we all said.

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Well, recess times at Camp Mil Mar were pretty fun today – we woke up to several inches of snow, power on and off, cable and internet off, plenty of mismatched gloves – and plenty of joy.

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This is about 2 in the afternoon. Still LOTS of snow!
The lake was even calm enough to take the canoe out mid morning.

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Our visiting Campers had a great time!

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Spring is trying hard!

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Some worn out campers hitting the racks tonight!

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3 Responses to March Madness in the Pacific Northwest

  1. Lexi says:

    So fun! We wish we had snow down here in the south…….it’s already hot!
    Stopping by from the Crew!

  2. WOW! How exciting! How fun! How not-Spring-like! Love your photos! We wish we were there!

  3. I just LOVE your blog. I want to blog like you when I grow up. 🙂 Your pictures are just so beautiful that every time I visit this blog I want to come visit you.

    Warmly,
    Kate

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