summer when there’s so much more fun in the Winter?
And, like my friend Sarah says — there are no no bugs, no sunscreen, no dirt. Just snow — and it just melts.
When we arrived a couple of days before New Year’s Eve, the lake was deserted, with just a few houses occupied with people. At twilight on New Year’s Eve, the snow began to really fall. And fall. And fall. Soon, we had 12 inches.
Soon, light in empty houses across the lake started to pop on, with friends and family coming in the spend New Year’s Eve on the lake.
We set off bunch of fireworks; we started a bon fire; and we roasted s’mores. There is nothing quite as good as a s’more on a snowy night.
It was hard to leave. Actually, come to think of it — it was very HARD to leave. We shoveled and shoveled, twenty minutes later -we shoveled and shoveled again. And then there was this winter storm that seemed to be attached to our van… But, that, is for another story.