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.
Kayak Deephaven Ice 04.21.18
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.
Squam Ice Breaking Up
Squam Lake Ice
Best Day Ever, Again
Kitewing Sailing on Lake Winnipesaukee with Martin, Rudy, and Tod. We launched from Ellacoya State Park and sailed around Welch Island into the Broads to Cow Island and over to Gilford Bay. The ice was very smooth after the heavy rain on Friday and the wind was howling as we sailed our 3.0, 4.0 and 4.6 Kitewings. Incredible conditions made for a super fun tour around the big lake. Another one of the best days ever, again. Long Day by Tricky Britches. GoPro video by Eric Morse.
Beautiful black ice Kitewing sailing on Lake Winnipesaukee on New Year’s Eve with Martin, Ted and Tim. GoPro Video by Eric Morse. Sail Away by Idol Hands.
Squam Lake Views
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.
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.