A summer of planning, one day of backhoe. and fours days of shovels to replace the old beach wall.
I am catching up on some panos. Starting with Sebago Resort on Memorial weekend, 2017:
And two months later in August. Trees are planted along the street.
This was the first time that Robyn could not make it. We had some rain the first day, but otherwise great weather. Cold enough at night to need fires in the cabins. The lake water was really cold. My first time with waders, thanks honey. Replaced 2 dead trees and everything looking pretty good. And, of course, my new Sony RX10M4 camera.
Low flying drone along the shoreline.
High flying drone looking across the lake.
High flying drone looking along the shoreline.
In addition to the panorama photos, I tried a few HDR pictures of the resort:
The 50 trees planted along the road are coming along nicely. Making plans for the “old swamp” and now the “new meadow”.
Here is a before and after panorama of how things can change. A flat line tornado last year took out 1/3 of the trees. This year took out 2/3 of what remained. On the positive side, we now have the most incredible views of the Milky Way at night.
Pictures from 2011 compared with this year: