Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Yes, we are still here and so isn't our typical New England weather.  Last week the mercury hit a high of 82 degrees but for the last two days we have been in the depths of winter again.  As you can see from this webcam photo, sunrise this morning revealed the cold, hard truth... snow.

Just when the fishermen were getting excited thinking they might be able to wet a line earlier than usual, cold temperatures have returned to Bosebuck Mountain Camps.  With that said, many of our spring dates for fly fishing the upper Magalloway have already been reserved, but we still have some openings.  If you haven't called to make your reservation yet I would advise you to call sooner than later.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Can you believe it?  This is the end of our fifth winter here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps.  Mike & I would like to thank everyone that came by for food &/or gas and also those who enjoyed a stay! Unfortunately snow conditions this season have failed to live up to past experiences and spring riding has come and gone already.  All trail grooming has ceased for the year and we would like to extend a very big THANKS to RLSC, their groomer operator, Eben and the new club, Bosebuck Mountain Riders

The dining room will be closing tomorrow, Sunday, March 18th, 2012, for the winter season.  I know the fishermen will be watching the web cams like a hawk just waiting for the ice to retreat, but right now we plan to reopen on Thursday, May 10th.  Check back for an update as this may change depending on the weather conditions.

And, two more deer killers gone.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Yes, it was a beautiful day here yesterday. Yes, the sun was shining and the thermometer actually hit 60 degrees.  Yes, we did receive a little rain and some snow did melt.  YES, the temperature dropped like a rock after mid-night and the mist turned to snow leaving behind at least 3 inches late last night into this morning.  The wind from the north has died down and we can actually see across the lake now.  Current conditions at 6:52AM are; 20 degrees, wind from the Northwest at 5 to 8 MPH and light snow falling.

For those travelling from NH on 20 to ITS 84, please be advised that there is a considerable amount of water on the trail.  It has been marked, but you should use caution in that area.  With the warm temps of yesterday, you may find other areas along the trail that softened yesterday and refroze overnight so please be aware of current trail conditions.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

After all our waiting for winter it has finally arrived here in March.  Although the sun is shining in brilliant blue skies, the thermometer was reading 15 degrees below zero at 6:30 this morning.  We have some of the best trail conditions right now than perhaps at any other time this season...  and it's March.  What's up with that?

With only four weeks left in the season, it's now or never so get on that sled and experience the great outdoors.  Reservations for this weekend are filling quickly, so call ASAP before you miss out.