Ice out is declared when “all the shores are free of ice” so that people can launch boats is they desire. The winner is closest to the “judged” time. A committee (that varies) makes the decision. All committee members are… (READ MORE)
Well, the Ice Out competition is running (see article below) but there is nothing that indicates that the ice will go out soon. Eagles seem to be nesting, it may get back to normal temperatures soon, and other news…. One… (READ MORE)
Want to guess the day and time the ice on the lake goes out? Now is your chance. The Ice Out Contest will be in last year’s format. You will NOT be able to change your guess. This is a… (READ MORE)
You’ll notice a new look to the Lake Wentworth Association web site — but there’s more to the changes here than just our appearance. For sure, we hope you’ll find the presentation of news and information more inviting and easier… (READ MORE)
The eagles are back and they start incubating eggs in the next few weeks. There are other animals that have been seen pretty regularly, foxes and bobcats head the list but of course there are red and gray squirrels and… (READ MORE)
Below are some pictures of people when it was a bit warmer around here. Probably go about a month never going above freezing. These people do a lot for the LWA….
As you can see from the pictures, it is a bit wavy on the lake. The wind came up and, sure enough, waves appeared. You might expect it. Well, the waves are really drifting snow on the lake surface but… (READ MORE)
In Wolfeboro, we got a foot and a half but much less than the 3 feet that people in southern NH got. (In Northern NH, the Blizzard of ’15 was basically a no show, a few inches of snow.) Now… (READ MORE)
Presently, it is snowing, the forecast Saturday snow. Probably not enough to make it really skiing friendly but will cover the patterns on the lake ice. Some of ice patterns are wonderful….. On walks around the lake, on two previous… (READ MORE)
Since the last post, there has been weather. Yes, it is New England. Cold, rain, freezing rain, melting and now cold.