The winds that helped get rid of the ice died down and Easter Sunday was beautiful on the lake. Three Poplar Island people were out at their camp and eagles and loons were present. Looks like it WILL become Spring after all.
Yes, it was a beautiful day and a kayaker was out. Full sun, no leaves on the trees but very pleasant.
A loon was organizing feathers after a dive for fish and, below, the pair seemed to be having a good time together back on their lake. This pair was around the Sister Islands but another pair was heard toward Warren Sands. There may be more….
On shore in a few places, there are still large ice cubes that were pushed up before the melting began but there is no ice in any of the bays and all shores can have boats launch from them.
And last is a picture of the eagle nest. One of the pair is on the branch to the right preening but, hiding behind the stick on the left part of the nest is the head of another eagle. Either sitting on eggs or keeping the kids warm. Hope that they are successful again this year. It was cold and windy for quite a few days when they were sitting in the nest. Glad I wasn’t out in the elements as they were.