Reply Well we went for a walk on the lake yesterday and to our surprise in spots where we walked under our feet we could hear a kind of drumming and than ice cracking.
It even happened when our dog was rolling in the snow. Everyone reading this should dine at “Nakashima of Japan” when in Appleton or Green Bay. So excited to see that it’s beginning to look like spring there!!! Doug out here in VA will be planning a trip this year, not sure of the time, will be sure to check in with you.
It got down to 7° last night, Spring is not here yet. Thanks for the gift of the webcams & the momentary escape they give me! I missed the first Trump Lake Association meeting since 1952 this year as we had to attend a graduation in Virginia, I do have more cameras that I move around for people to see work on their places or to see the foxes or bears or whatever, but I have been to busy to get them set up this year, but I will when I get the time.
In De Pere we saw many flocks of Robins but not one here at Trump Lake. I loved looking at the lake this morning & seeing the beautiful blanket of snow…. ~Lorie Reply We are related to Dee & Carol; Ann & Chris Brooks and families; We have fond memories of our visits to Trump Lake and want to say thanks for the memories. TX and love to check in and see what is happening in northern WI. Thanks for your interest and input, Lorie, my kid sister checks on me everyday from Oregon. every time I click on your web cam it takes me to the North Woods which is a very happy place in my mind.
I have them in my basement right now, looking out the patio door. Five funerals must set some sort of record (not a good one). I will check in at night & hope to catch the foxes! I usually visit during May and June each year at the Braun’s Lake House. Reply Hi Lorie, The cameras are located 20 miles north of Maiden Lake.
Tomorrow or the next day I will have them in their summer box and back on the lake. We are exactly 2 miles from Hy32 on Trump Lake Road. We are across the street and the camera that rotates is in our front window.
I love to see that your boat is there & then not there, imagining that you are out on the boat enjoying a wonderful day. Livehomecams has the lowest Google pagerank and bad results in terms of Yandex topical citation index.We found that uk is poorly ‘socialized’ in respect to any social network.Reply We were at the Kress Inn, when I discovered late one evening the two lake cameras suffered a big fall. As far as wildlife goes, we always have deer in our back yard, but I have not seen one since deer season. Your fall is far more beautiful than fall we have here in the city of Chicago! Yes, the cameras will be in a heated box as last year built by my friend, Quentin, around the corner.I called our lake association president Rich Wickersheim and asked him to check them in the morning and keep them from getting wet. However the foxes still come every night out in front. I have been having some modem/router problems and I have been busier than a cat on a hot tin roof.