We had well over 25 boats out on the lake lighting up the night under the nearly full moon Saturday, June 11th on Truesdale Lake. (The June full moon is nicknamed the “Strawberry Moon” which fit the strawberry shortcake cupcakes … Continue reading
Place: TEA Beach; Date: Saturday, May 21st; Reason: Pre-Opening Clean up Day Thanks to two dozen volunteers, the TEAâ€™s annualÂ Clean up Day went well and was very a productive event. In one sunny morning we were able to: move a … Continue reading
January 6, 2022
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January 6th we woke up to our lake completely covered in ice. This was one of the latest times if not the latest in the past 25 years and probably much longer. Please click on this overhead 360Âº view of … Continue reading
First try at creating an overhead panorama of Lake Truesdale in the winter. Let me know what you think. Email email@example.com.
January 6, 2021
Comments Off on Some Lake New Year’s Resolutions for 2021
Some Lake Stewardship Resolutions: I will getÂ my septic tank pumped and inspected. If the tank baffles are missing or damaged, I’ll have them replaced. (Wind River, formerly Kaiser-Battistone offers 15% discount for lake area residents – but you have to … Continue reading
December 4, 2018
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I paddled around the lake this past Sunday afternoon with my camera in tow. I captured a bunch of scenes around the lake — enjoy! Continue reading
November 22, 2015
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It was quite a show. Photos can’t really capture it, but we can try. Continue reading
October 19, 2015
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Leaves are changing colors, days are getting shorter, and beach toys have been packed away for the winter.
Share your fall photos of Truesdale Lake – send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put them up at the lake website.
To start things off, here are a few fall shots around the lake. Continue reading
April 3, 2015
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In 16 winters here I don’t remember seeing the ice stay past March 31st. This winter was so cold we entered the month of April with ice and it has stuck around for a few days.
The warm air and the cold ice made a foggy inversion layer today that just begged to be photographed.
I was taking photos of the fog, ice, and lake shore when a decent sized muskrat surfaced in the open water between the ice layer and the shoreline. I was able to snap off a few photos from our floating dock. Unfortunately as I went to change the settings to a higher shutter speed to catch the creature in action, he noticed me and ducked back under the ice. Continue reading
January 18, 2015
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Today had some of the best whole-lake skating conditions we’ve seen in years! So many people were out enjoying the lake today. It was great to see everyone! Check below to see if we got you in a photo of … Continue reading