Summer is short at Kintla Lake; even in late August the nights are getting cold, the days are shorter, the squirrels are madly caching food for the winter, and you feel like the weather could turn at any moment. The lake, always beautiful, changes from one hour to the next.
12:30 p.m. August 27.
3:00. Clouds are building. Time to head to shore.
A lone snake decides to head to shore as well.
7:30 The rain wins.
7:30 the next morning, looking like a foggy morning on the coast of Maine.
Good morning for a hot cup of coffee.
8:30. Sun is trying.
Not working, though.
1:00 A trip to the end of the lake.
7:30 All calm.