Well after many many weeks its gone. Our own lake in the farmers field has finally gone. We’ve had many of these lakes in our time here but not one this big or so long lasting. It’s provided many photo opportunities and we have grown very fond of it.

It will be back. Hopefully not during the next few months. If I does then Spring and Summer have been monumentally bad.

Until next to our unnamed lake, enjoy the rest.

48 thoughts on “Gone, gone, gone

  1. I feel the need to offer you yet another song to help you get over the loss of your lake. My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone) by the Canadian group, Chilliwack.


      1. A Canadian band that barely made it across Canada. As the Collectors in the 60s they did a Stateside tour, quite popular in the Midwest and California, but never really made it. They put out two albums, then two of the members left the group. The remainder, including lead singer/guitarist Bill Henderson, changed their name to Chilliwack, probably somebody’s home town. They had some minor hits in the 70s, then finally hit it big at the end of the decade with a song called Lonesome Mary. They played American Bandstand in 81 or 82. They still tour today. Probably their label never released their records in England, or just maybe Enhland didn’t get them. My favourite Chilliwack song is Rain-O, a tribute to rock audiences everywhere. I think you, sir, might appreciate The Collectors’ What Love (Suite) from their first album, aptly named The Collectors. It is not to everyone’s taste, but it certainly is to mine.

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  2. It grew to a pretty big pond as it looks and it did give the landscape a romantic touch. I am glad you had it and probably will have it again!


  3. ๐Ÿ˜ขuntil we see you again, farewell (how about Lake Arnold?๐Ÿ˜‰)
    Serious photo envy! I take hundreds of pictures and very rarely do I get one as good as your lake pictures… SERIOUS photo envy!๐Ÿ’Œ๐Ÿ’Œ๐Ÿ’Œ

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