Lee Spiller sends us this:
“There were 7 or 8 boats at a lovely private beach club out on Meredith Neck yesterday. Four boats made a fast trek halfway down the lake with the usual social stops in the lee of lovely islands. It was that go-fast go-far no worries kind of sailing. The lake is unusually monolithic this year. The shorelines are very stable. There was little transition from beach to lake; not even a bump. Few pressure ridges, very very few open spots, smooth thick ice. A paradise. We sailed in Meredith Bay until the wind died at sunset. 4 boats were left in the ice: local guys with a great sense of ice optimism as snow is in the forecast. I believe there will be much more sailing.”
Winni is as good as it gets right now.