Rosie and I floated from Mountain View to south of the island over a couple hours today and didn’t see a single bird of any kind. On our trip around the lake last evening all we saw was one cormorant fly over. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so few water birds, they’ve got to be here somewhere.
If you’ve never been to a Bill Power’s talk, now is your chance. Come to the Brandon Town Hall this Saturday for this bit of local musical history.
Here’s another taste of local history from Bill. The property in the article runs from the Schneider camp at the end of Winding Way south to the old Brebeuf Camp where the lake first meets Hooker Rd. If Mr. Cloyes thought all the attractive lots were gone in 1922, one can only imagine what he would think now. I believe we are the fourth owners of our lot, having been here since 1981. The 2 lots north of us are probably the second families and those just south of us are probably second or third owners too. Turnover in this corner is pretty slow. Mike