A friend of ours who obviously has “the eye” for capturing beauty on film, sent this to me today. Normally, at this time of year, you would not see the rocks along our shore nor the brown areas on the yard. It is usually all still white. This is prettier, I think, in some ways. Of course the skyline adds to the beauty also.
It has been an odd cold but less snow winter this year. Even still, I am ready for spring thaw to happen and start working the garden and the yard.
We hope everyone is able to get out around their own home and breath in some fresh air and sunshine. Be safe and be healthy.
A journal entry from a family who stayed with us this weekend.
“A wonderful family getaway to escape the world and craziness of the covid-19 pandemic. Nothing like the great outdoors of Northern Maine to relax and refresh the soul.
We rode snowmobiles, ice-fished (caught 2 trout), saw 12 deer, sled, ate, drank, smiled a lot, completed the puzzle here in Cabin 4 (took 4 days) and very much enjoyed the sunsets from the Eagle’s Nest.
Just love the good ol’ fashioned Maine hospitality here at Cozy Cove Cabins.
Thanks Steve and Tami!! Be back real soon! Peace and love”
Sami, TJ, Lillian and their dog Hazel
Do not put away those sleds yet. There is still some good riding up here in Jackman country!
It is almost mid March and you all probably have green grass by now. Not so in Jackman. We are still covered in snow and ice.
This image was from Jenn at Pittston Farm last eve.
We did have some warmer temperatures last week but the nights temperatures dropped down pretty quick, keep the trail conditions solid. Even with the bit of rain we had the other day, no trails were lost, especially north and east of us.
I have reports, mostly from our guests, that the border loop is still an awesome ride as well as to Pittston Farm. One group went over to Kokajo on Friday and they said for the most part, still in good shape.
Another guest went up Coburn Mt yesterday and said it was a bit bumpy but a good amount of snow and the view at the top was worth the ride.
We also heard that there is little snow left in the Forks.
The latest forecast is for snow on Tuesday which will sweeten the trails even more, giving the groomers more to work with.