• Rich & Christie Girouard

ZONE'S 5, 6 & 7

Richie and I watched over Zone’s 5,6, & 7 and often expanded our quest to other areas on the lake.  Our findings were a lot of floating leaved plants, pipewort, pickerelweed and nothing startling.  Though we did see something bright yellow by Rocky Reef which turned out to be a “Private Property No Trespassing” sign. 

So, it was to our delight to have private classroom time with Maria exploring South Cove.  It re-introduced us to the varieties of plant life, and pushed our brains to work because she quizzed us!!  We highly recommend that everyone ceases opportunity to get out there with Maria or Don. 

Thank you to all who participate, as we keep on keepin on with due diligence to preserve our extraordinary Conway Lake.



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