Closing the Camp

One great aspect of life in the Northeast is that there is a distinct change from one season to the next. Sometimes the change comes sooner (like the end of summer) than you would like but it is a wonderful way to mark time. A big ritual every year is the closing of camp. You know the time has come when nighttime temps are in the 30’s, the leaves are falling off the trees and the thought of a swim in the lake is chilling.

The process takes a couple of hours, crawling underneath the camp draining pipes and getting wet. But with the help and guidance of my father-in-law, Albert, it is manageable and fun. The boat is out of the water but the kayaks will be left out for another week or so. Just so we can take one or two more rides. Until next year when we reverse the process!

About kezarlife

I am a year-round resident of Lovell, owner of Kezar Realty (KezarRealty.com) and enjoy the variety of experiences that living in western Maine offers. Numerous lakes, ponds and mountains provide the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors every day. Married to Rondi we have two children. Ben is a Sergeant in the US Marines and with his wife Cassandra, son Jackson and daughter Reagan, live in Virginia. Ben's most recent deployment was to Afghanistan. Anna is a graduate of Fryeburg Academy, has studied in Beijing, China as well as Taiwan and now attends Hunter College in NYC where she is enrolled in their Chinese Flagship Program. I am active in many local organizations including the Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library, Lovell Historical Society, Old Home Days, Lovell 5k Run, the Gasping Gobbler, the Tour de Lovell and the Brick Church for the Performing Arts. I also serve as President-elect of the Western Maine Board of Realtors. Please visit www.KezarRealty.com for up-to-date real estate listings and information on western Maine! Stan Tupaj
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2 Responses to Closing the Camp

  1. Lynda says:

    Lovely kayak weather!

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