Monthly Archives: December 2020

December 2020 Water Level Chart Archived

And so we arrive at the end of another year. I have archived the December 2020 Water Level Chart (at left) and much like 2020 was a roller coaster year, December was a roller coaster month in terms of rainfall … Continue reading

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27 December 2020: Clary Lake Opens Up

Clary Lake completely froze over on December 19th, but warm temperatures, high winds, and heavy rain on Christmas Day has melted off most of the ice. There’s still some ice in the coves, especially along the south shore. We’ll make … Continue reading

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Holiday Greetings from the Clary Lake Association

Dear Friends and Neighbors! The old proverbial line, ‘where did the year go’? comes to mind. And what a year it was! As professed in an earlier post, there’s always something to be grateful for. During these challenging times, we … Continue reading

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19 December 2020: Clary Lake Frozen Over

After consulting with the two Davids (David Hodsdon and David Knight) we’ve concluded that Clary has finally iced over but it will likely at least partially melt off again on Christmas day as we’re expecting a storm bringing an inch … Continue reading

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Maine Lakes Fall 2020 Newsletter Is Out

The Maine Lakes Fall 2020 Newsletter is out, and it’s 20 pages are packed full of news, interesting information, and stories focused on Maine’s lakes and ponds. It’s available as a PDF or as a re-sizable webpage. You should also … Continue reading

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November 2020 Water Level Chart Archived

I have archived the November 2020 Water Level Chart (at left). We were a little worried that the fall drought conditions were going to continue into November so we’ve been operating the dam so as to maintain a decent store of … Continue reading

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