O Winter! frozen pulse and heart of fire,|
What loss is theirs who from thy kingdom turn
Dismayed, and think thy snow a sculptured urn
Of death! Far sooner in midsummer tire
The streams than under ice. June could not hire
Her roses to forego the strength they learn
In sleeping on thy breast.
-- Helen Hunt Jackson (1886)
January is here, with eyes that keenly glow,
A frost-mailed warrior
Striding a shadowy steed of snow.
-- Edgar Fawcett (circa 1885)
|This is not really a business ad.
| Little Bass Lake Resort (LBLR)
|* RELAX:||LBLR is a place of gentle pleasures. Anyone looking for a|
|"Thrill-A-Minute" vacation will have to look elsewhere.|
|Click here to see an on-line BROCHURE.|
|Click on the item you'd like to see|
|Air Photos of LBLR||LBLR Chronicles||Cabin Prices|
|A Short Memorial||Information about the Lake||LBLR History|
|LBL Bird Species List||Some Thoughts About Up North||Some Thoughts About Hunting|
|Skiing and Snowmobiling Info||Area Sightseeing Attractions||Area Calendar of Events|
|2016 Fishing Regulations||2016 Hunting Regulations||The Weather at LBLR|
|2015 in Pictures||Northland Stories, Poems, & Anecdotes||Miscellaneous Useful Links|
The following people, who have been guests at LBLR
in the past, have |
agreed to answer your questions or to give you their comments. Please
feel free to contact them by clicking on their names.
|Teri, or||Tammy, or||Tracie|
If you'd like more information about Little Bass Lake
Resort, I'll be glad to give |
it to you. Click on the mailbox and send me your questions. If you've stayed here
before and would like to add your E-mail address to this page so you can tell
other people what you think of LBLR, let me know. And, of course, if you have
any questions or comments, please e-mail them to me and I'll get back to you.