I hope all of you and your families are all doing well in these unprecedented times of Covid-19. Have you found that new way to connect with families and friends? Maybe your garages, basements or closets have never been more organized! Have you found a new hobby, making a jigsaw puzzle, if you can find one, or tried a new recipe that turned out to be delicious? However you are spending this time, I hope these projects have given you some peace of mind. Social distancing is tough but it does appear to be working. We still have so much uncertainty, but we will get through this.
I would like to take a moment to send a big “THANK YOU” to you or anyone in your family who may be a healthcare worker, first responder, teacher, city services worker, grocery store worker or any other front line worker. They are putting their lives on the line and creating new ways to keep our children learning. Please know that you are appreciated!
Here at the lake, there have been a few fishermen and kayakers enjoying the lake. What I have noticed most are the number of walkers. I have spoken to a few of them, from a distance of course, asking if they are lake residents. For the most part, they are people who have found solace in a walk around the lake during these unusual times. They drive here, park in the parking lots of the beach and take a walk. Lake residents alone are not all who see the beauty of our little paradise called Webster Lake.
The Spring newsletter is in the works. Rowell’s Septic Services will once again conduct Webster Lake Days. On May 29th or June 1st, they will be charging a discounted rate to have your septic systems pumped. If the Spring is a reminder for you to do this, you may want to take advantage of this offer. Give them a call and mention Webster Lake Days. There will be a little blib in the newsletter about this, but I wanted to give you a heads up before the newsletter arrives.
It has been a little cool here and very windy as well. I am hoping warmer temperatures are coming soon. Crocuses are popping up and grass in greening. Lets hope we will all be able to enjoy the lake soon.
Wishing everyone the best and stay safe,