posted by Ken on Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 10:26 PM Comments
Many months have passed since I put my attention on this space, and I'm ashamed! I'm making an early new year's resolution to get more consistent with using this blog to talk about what's going on, particularly in the off-season.
I had the pleasure of a morning at camp today, chatting with Peter Schiess from Landforms about how we can deal with an impending overhaul of the Junior Ballfield, so it grows better grass and spends a little less time awash in puddles.
As luck would have it, camp was battered last night and early this morning with a wind storm, the result of which was two trees down – insignificant compared to the wreckage from Hurricane Irene back in August! Sad, though, as camp had been looking so neat and tidy after Mark and I spent many days pushing leaves and brush around, cleaning up for the winter.
Camp hasn't seen much snow yet this year - a dusting here and there, and in fact it's been a remarkably wild, albeit wet fall season. Neat, though, to see some ice shrouding branches down on the waterfront...