Sorry about no news last week. My computer did not want to cooperate. Another week of a lot of rain. Maybe keeping the bugs down.
The grass is growing taller and the Trees are getting greener with all the rain we are getting.
Hard to believe we are already into June. Once we arrive at “Summer” time really will fly even faster.
Lots of motorcycles are looking forward to the events coming to Lake George.
Frost hit the area three mornings in a row.
After some very warm weather had a few days when it was cooler.
Fred and Ruth Allen enjoyed a few days at their River House this past week.
What a beautiful weekend for everyone to enjoy and for all the many events in our area.
The yearly Spaghetti Supper will be held Saturday, May 2, at the Wevertown Community Center, from 4 to 6 p.m.
It was great to see Rollie and Shirley Cleveland when I stopped to their house one day last week.
What a beautiful Sunday. A great day for a long walk.
What a wonderful week for Holy Week. Every day was so busy.
The snow is starting to melt away from the trees which is a most welcome site after such a bitter cold winter.
The weather can’t make up it’s mind if it wants to be Spring or Winter. Guess we will have both for another couple of months.
The 20th annual Sportsman’s Dinner was held at Wells School Saturday, March 7.
Again we can talk about the weather. Guess it is the norm for now.
Ron and Missy Allen, Julia and Caden went to New York City last Monday where Julia had to have heart surgery.
This has been a very long hard week for so many people.
Barbara Ross is now a resident at the Countryside Adult at 353 Schroon River Rd in Warrensburg.
Many schools were delayed this past week when the weather showed about 20 below zero in many spots.
How many stayed up to watch the ball fall?
Well, another Christmas is behind us and almost the end of 2014.
Shirley Cleveland called me to say her brother, Tim, was in the hospital for three days with five breaks in three of his ribs.
Here we are in the unpredictable weather of the North Country. Guess that is why we want to live here because there are so many weather changes.
It is the starting of the Christmas Season. Hope all the gifts you give will be out of love and not out of the feel you have to.
There is a lot to be thankful for.
Wow! It has been three weeks since I have sat at my computer to try and send some Bakers Mills Info.
Hunting season is here. Good luck great hunters.
What a beautiful time of year. The leaves have turned such a beautiful color in our whole area.
It seems like weeks since I have sent the news but know it hasn’t been that long.
What a week this has been. I sure do lack sleep.
Leaves have started to change colors.
Is it really summer? The weather has been crazy again.
What a busy week end for the North Creek Area. Wayne Stock Vll was a great success at the Pavilion, There were a lot of authors for the book signing, many flea markets and garage sales plus Race the Train.
Wow! Another crazy week with the weather.
Hope everyone had a great Independence Day.
Quite a thunder storm last week.
The 2014 Baccalaureate for this years graduates was held at the North Creek Baptist Church on Thursday evening at 7 p.m.
There was a great turn out for the Gig Run last week end.
Berniece Conlon had a great visit with Duaine and Nancy Dunkley.
What a beautiful weekend despite the very early rain and being very windy.
Jay Witham, gospel singer, is now cancer free and will be able to sing and preach again.
It is great living in a small friendly community when someone stops by it could be for a chat, bringing a loaf of homemade bread, fresh maple syrup or meals on wheels.
I think spring may be arriving.
More snow. This winter that is no surprise.
March 15 is will be the yearly Cancer Fund Raiser at Athol Town Hall, in Thruman.
There sure is a lot of conversation about the winter we are having and the price of fuel and electric.
Courtney Millington took Earl Allen to Saratoga for his eye appointment.
Many “Out of Town” Folks have been enjoying their winter vacation at many rentals in the Bakers Mills Area.
Oliver Dalaba turned 80 on Jan 25.