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Many lake residents plan shoreland or bank projects this time of the year. Before you begin your project, contact the County Land and Resource Management office (762-3863) to ensure that your project is in compliance with county regulations.
One of the joys of living on the lake is to be able to walk down to the dock or lakeshore at night and look at the stars, even in the winter. The serenity of lake life can be ruined … Continue reading
If closing your cabin for the season, take the following precautions: Drain and shut off all pipes to outside faucets. If heated, leave inside faucets dripping and cabinets open to expose plumbing to warmer air. Take all high-valued items, such … Continue reading
Lake residents who close up their cabins for the winter should take the following precautions: Drain and shut off all pipes to outside faucets. Leave inside faucets dripping and cabinets open to expose plumbing to warmer air. Take all high-valued … Continue reading
You can attract migratory birds as well as permanent residents to your bird feeders year-round if you adjust the food and feeders with each changing season.
For information on the Water Clarity please visit the DNR web site. Enter “Carlos” as Lake ID then follow links to various report.
In fall, the prices for shrubbery and trees are at seasonal lows. So many lake residents plan shoreland or bank projects this time of the year. Please remember that the county has its shoreland ordinances. Now, any significant beach or … Continue reading