Kayaking Squam Lake ice on April 5th, 2020. We paddled from Deephaven to Five Finger Point, made our way through ice sheets to Loon Island and then around Long Island, meeting up with friends at Utopia. The ice sheets were two to four inches thick, getting weaker and pushed around by the light wind during our 6.75 mile paddle. The reflections were beautiful, here are some photos from my GoPro Hero8 camera.
Kayaking on Squam Lake in Deephaven Bay as the ice is breaking up on April 24, 2018. The cottages you see are part of Rockywold Deephaven Camps, a rustic family resort that started in 1897. Check out RDCSquam.com for more info.
Kitewing Powder Skiing on Squam Lake with Rudy and Pat on 2.18.18. The 5.5 Dacron with carbon fiber frame handled the gusty northwest wind and we had fresh tracks all day long! GoPro Video by Eric Morse. Stove Up by Tricky Britches.
Great day for a Kitewing Tour on Squam Lake with Martin Kimbell and Pat Furr. I sailed the new 4 Point 6 Kitewing and love the way it gybes on reaches and tacks upwind. I toured 70.6 miles in 5 hours with a max speed of 46.3 mph. Martin and I had a great series of gybes going down wind along Great Island and came back up wind on the east side of the island. The 4.6 climbed upwind like a knife’s edge cutting through the wind.
Here are two photos from Wednesday 3/22/17 on a cold blustery day on Squam Lake.
Kimball Island looking northeast. Photo by Eric Morse
Great Island Narrows looking north. Photo by Eric Morse.
Rockywold Deephaven Camps Ice Harvest on Squam Lake Feb. 1, 2017. Photos by Eric Morse
Another beautiful weekend on Squam Lake. Here is a photo of the pressure ridge that runs from Hoag Island to Brown Point from Monday, January 16th.
This is Yard Islands on Sunday, January 15th looking north.
Here is a photo of Yard Islands on Jan 5, 2017 by Eric Morse