Posts Tagged ‘freeze’
|January 9, 2015|
|6:00 pm||to||8:00 pm|
Come and enjoy a casual ski or snowshoe along beginner trails and then enjoy dinner. All levels of experience are welcome. Ski or snowshoe will start at 6 pm. Menu to feature herb-roasted chicken; vegetarian/vegan option available with advance notice. Please arrive early if you need to rent equipment. Reservations are required and can be made until Friday, January 2. Dinner will be held regardless of snow conditions. $19/personContinue reading...
By Judi Platt / Photos by Andy Eastman
Another season has slipped into our reality. Wasn’t it just days ago that we were walking the Lake Trail with leaves crunching beneath our feet, admiring Continue reading...
Text and Photos by Judi Platt
In our third winter at Eastman, we finally got what we came for—snow, and lots of it! After spending a few years looking at lake properties in the Carolinas, we bought at Eastman to cross-country ski (and kayak and hike and bike). Continue reading...
By Bonnie J. Fladung
“February. Get ink, shed tears.
Write of it, sob your heart out, sing,
While torrential slush that roars
Burns in the blackness of the spring.”
– Boris Pasternak, author Dr. Zhivago
The opulent ice palace in Dr. Zhivago is an unforgettable scene. The glittery icicles dripping off the roof. Inside – the chandelier, piano, furniture – all transformed into an ethereal dream. To create the scene, the production designers used hot white beeswax and buckets Continue reading...