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Crystal Lake Interactive Blog

Use this interactive blog to communicate with your neighbors, post your favorite photos, say hello, post personals or rental information or association news. If you register you will receive an e-mail alert whenever anyone posts. Back to Crystal Lake webpage... http://gilmantonlakes.com
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irishLassie
05-09-2015
08:22 PM ET (US)
The meeting is July 18th at 10:00 ... If I read the newsletter correctly.
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John
05-09-2015
08:26 AM ET (US)
May 9: -the annual Crystal Lake Association meeting is this morning at 10 at the Old Town Hall, and the sailboat race kicks off from the Burdett's dock at 2! Hope to see you there!
Edited 05-09-2015 08:27 AM
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irishLassie
05-08-2015
06:31 PM ET (US)
Bonnie join the Facebook group, great connection with photos, updates and news. The newsletter is filed with the Crystal Lake group. Hope to see you at the lake!
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Bonnie LC
05-06-2015
10:17 AM ET (US)
I can't find a link to the Crystal Lake Association newsletter anywhere. I missed last year's meeting, and don't want to miss the one this summer. Last I knew they were discussing the low water level and weeds in the "river" section and I wonder if anything will be done about it?
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mcdude
04-10-2015
08:26 AM ET (US)
from the baysider There were four suspicious person/activity reports on Mt. Major Highway, Main Street, Roberts Cove Road and Frohock Brook Road.
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mcdudePerson was signed in when posted
01-16-2015
12:44 PM ET (US)
Morse Preserve snowshoe hike is Feb. 21
ALTON — Come and explore the outdoors with a group of people
varied in age and interests on a trail that is sure to please everyone.
The Society for the Protection of NH Forest’s Morse Preserve in Alton
Bay is one of the finest views for the amount of effort expended. Strap on your snowshoes with a group of people wanting to spend some time outdoors,exercising, identifying animal tracks and enjoying the great view of the Belknap Range and Lake Winnipesaukee. The Morse Preserve’s
1.7-mile Loop Trail includes gradual inclines through fields and forests
opening up to a beautiful view of Lake Winnipesaukee and the Belknap Range. Parking is available at the Mike Burke Parking Lot an eighth of a mile north of the trailhead on Avery Hill Road in Alton Bay. The group
will meet at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 21, in the Mike Burke Parking Lot.
Dress in warm layers, bring water and your lunch. Snowshoes recommended
depending on amount of snowcover. Hike will be led by Forest
Society Landstewards,Kenneth and Suzanne Marvin. Register by
e-mailing Ksmarvin@gmail.com
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denno
11-19-2014
06:25 PM ET (US)
guess we should get up to lake and take out the dock. 25 degrees in loudon nh this am
denno
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mcdude
10-30-2014
06:14 AM ET (US)
Brenda - you may view the webcams here http://www.belknaplakes.com/Lakes_Region_Webcams.html
There is currently no webcam on Crystal Lake. If someone sets one up be sure to let me know!!
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Brenda Wheeler
10-29-2014
06:34 PM ET (US)
How do I get to see the lake webcams? We miss Crystal lake!!!’”
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mcdudePerson was signed in when posted
10-29-2014
07:24 AM ET (US)
Welcome LGM!
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LGM
10-28-2014
10:17 PM ET (US)
Just discovered this blog when a friend on the lake made me aware of the new Lakes Region Webcams. The webcams are great for those of us who are not able to be at the "The Dear Old Lake" all year long since they let us see what the region looks like in some of the stormier winter months. I especially appreciated "kc" posting the March message noting that it was snowing, etc. Again, for those of us who have to be "away" during the winter months, this blog can serve to let us stay up to date with weather on Crystal Lake and the surrounding area. I'm hoping that "kc" or others will do the same via this blog during the upcoming winter months again this year. Much appreciated!
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mcdude
10-05-2014
06:02 PM ET (US)
Hi Larry: Good luck in your new venture!
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larry2000
10-05-2014
05:40 PM ET (US)
hey everyone, new to the blog, i live right in the area and am a marine technician, i'm in the process of possibly starting my own mobile marine repair service, was wondering if any of you folks had any interest in such a thing on these lakes where there is no convenient repair facility, i am currently doing this around my current work schedule but am hoping to start doing it full time in the near future, i am currently doing repairs on boats jet skis and snowmobiles and also offer winterizing, shrink wrapping at your house and also offer storage if you need that as well, if you have any questions or need my services i welcome you to email me at fullerbn@gmail.com, thanks
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dennis
05-18-2014
07:41 PM ET (US)
kc, were you the white boat over at s end of lake, what we call sunken island? we saw one white boat, probably you, saw another boat with yellow tail, saw the nautique and a big boat, outboard motor, like a 22 footer, guess that is about the biggest boat I have seen on crystal. we were on the white/burgundy Larson.
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KC
05-18-2014
02:33 PM ET (US)
Fished the lake for the first time today. 2 chain pickerel ONE was very large. I also spotted a LAKE TROUT...4ft from the boat. White leading edge on fins! I didn't think LT were in there. NH F&G doesn't list them either. Just a heads up >> there is a smaller Ski Nautic boat that tows a water skier...no spotter and he made appoint of passing pretty close to me 3x in a row. there was absolutely No one else on the lake. So why would you pass that close to a fisherman when there is no need? I know we have to share the water but have some respect...get a spotter while your at it!
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