Celebrate Lakes Appreciation Month by telling us about your favorite

Whether it’s memories of idyllic summers spent in a cabin by the lake, learning how to swim or water ski, or morning coffee on the dock in your backyard we all have experiences we savor about our favorite lake. We’d love to hear about your favorite and what makes it so special.  Not only are those reflections fun to read about, but by sharing those experiences with decision makers, groups like NEC-NALMS and our national organization NALMS, can help make the importance of protecting those critical resources more apparent.

So why not leave us a comment to tell us about your favorite and what makes it so special?!

 

One thought on “Celebrate Lakes Appreciation Month by telling us about your favorite”

  1. Johnson’s Pond in Coventry, RI. The family has had a camp there for decades – so there are generations of idyllic summer memories based there. The pond has changed, with lots more development and year round housing, but it is still awe inspiring watching the bass under the dock, the dragonflies over the lake during the day and the fireflies in the woods at night, and just plain fun watching the next generation learning how to water ski.

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