Just like that it is a new season! We had a storm on Saturday into Sunday that marked the end of a long warm dry fall with an exclamation point. Started out as rain and wind on Saturday and when we woke up on Sunday morning the world was covered in snow. About 4 inches of a new coating that covers an icy layer brought on by the transition from rain. Not unexpected to be sure it is after all December in Maine.
I received an e-mail from a regular reader last evening inquiring if everything was all right since I have not been posting regularly for almost 6 months. Short answer yes things are OK here. Fall came very quickly along with short days and a week of warm weather that has allowed me to get a new greenhouse mostly finished and all of our winter wood in.
Yesterday I fished with a young couple for bass and pike on Seven Tree Pond. It was the last trip in my calendar for this season. I normally guide a few November fishing trips but those are usually very last minute and planned for warm days. Snow in the forecast for Friday marking a turn to chillier weather for sure not unexpected and certainly not the end of nice days on hte water.
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