Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Honey I'm Home!

Yes, vacation is over and we have returned to camp refreshed and ready to go.  The weather could have been a little more welcoming; nothing but snow, wind and rain since we arrived.  I miss the warm sun and temps in the 80's & 90's we left behind.  But there's nothing like sleeping in your own bed and waking up in such beautiful country.

Of course the project list is well under way and if the weather will cooperate, a little painting is in order too. 

The fishermen are anxious to drop a line, but the ice has not yet given way so keep watching the webcams for up to the minute action.  Speaking of the webcams, it captured this shot just this morning of an eagle right here on the shore at camp.  The time stamp is wrong (computer software is not my friend) but thanks to Trish for sending me an email with this photo as the attachment to bring to my attention.  I just don't have the time to always be looking out the window.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Thank you

to all our guests for another great winter season here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps.  Although the snow arrrived a little late in the season and has decided to hang around into the spring (yes, it's snowing again right now), we have managed to work our way through our fourth winter.

Mike and I are headed out of camp tomorrow for a little R&R.  Chad, Shannon and Jerry will be holding down the fort in our absence.  Although the dining room is now closed, gas for your sled will still be available from 7AM to 7PM.

For all you fishermen, we have turned webcam2 toward the lake so you can watch for "ice-out".  If you want to make a reservation, do not hesitate to call or email with your dates.

Friday, April 1, 2011

It may be April 1st but this picture is no joke.  We have heavy snowfall as I write this post at 7:30AM.  The forecast is calling for  8 to 12 inches of fresh snow today and into tomorrow.  Mother Nature is really being stubborn this year.

Just a reminder that our dining room will close for the winter season this Sunday, April 3rd at 3PM.  Gas for your sled will still be available from 7AM to 7PM as long as the snow holds out.