Wednesday, September 28, 2011

It's a boy!

Mike and I are happy to announce the birth of our new grandson, John Robert Chase (Loralie's little brother).  We greeted him on September 26th at 6:26PM.  He weighed 8.2 pounds, is 21 inches long and as you can see has lots of dark brown hair.  Everybody is happy, healthy and headed home today.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Fall foliage is near peak here at camp as evidenced by this photo I just captured from the front porch even though the temperature (71) and humidity (80%) feel like the middle of summer.

Fall fishing has been fabulous in part due to cool overnight temps and rainfall but don't despair we still have a another week to go before the season closes next Friday, September 30th.  Bird season will open the following day on Saturday, October 1st so call to book your cabin today.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

With our deepest sympathy

It is with very heavy hearts this morning that we learned of Chris' passing so unexpectedly yesterday.  She was instrumental to us in the process of purchasing Bosebuck and became a good friend and frequent guest.  Our thoughts and prayers to all her family and friends.  Tight lines always...............

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Just when we start to see a hint of Fall color in the trees, experience cooler overnight temps, smell that crispness in the air and think that summer is coming to an end, today we have a current temperature here at camp of 79 degrees and humidity of 64%.  I wonder if this is how it feels in the south?

Putting all the weather issues aside the calendar still says its September 4th, kids have or will soon be headed back to school and we have completed the first week of bear season in WMD #7.  Congratulations to Carl on his successful hunt here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps.  Our next group of six hunters as well as fall fishermen will be arriving today.

Speaking of fall fishing, hurricane Irene brought us some much needed rain to fill the rivers, lakes and streams.  Bodes well for the fall fishing.