It looks like we are in for typical late November days for the coming week. Highs around the freezing mark, lows in the -10C range, and VERY little sunshine. As I said back a few days after Thanksgiving, this is the worse 6 to 8 weeks of weather every year. The Rally folks staying here are concerned about the rain and above freezing temperature predicted for tonight. They do their best to minimize damage to the roads, but rain can make that a challenge for them. We are full for the next few days with volunteers who perform a variety of functions for the Rally. Timing, safety, road closings, and so forth.
Best guess is that we are done boating out of the marina for this year. The ice was thick enough around the launch ramp and slips closer to shore to walk on by late Thursday. It retreats some in the afternoons when it is windy, but never fully disappears, so that lets it get thicker each night.
Lost and found department: A customer found an extension cord at the launch ramp area at St. Ola. Please contact me and I will put you in touch with the finder.
We have a few "Canadian Backwoods Coloring Books" remaining. The book contains three pages that are created from paintings that were done by local artist Ketha Newman and are of Limerick Lake. They are available for $16.95. With adult coloring books all the rage these days, it makes a great gift for the Limerick Lake enthusiast. Now down to my last new "for sale" copy of the Limerick History book. It is $50. Drop us a line and we can arrange to ship you either book.
Into a quiet time of year for real estate activity: #310, water access in Greens Bay is still listed as well as #316 Greens Bay that was listed late in the summer. Both are lovely places in that bay.