Twilight on Lake Chargoggaggoggmancogmanhoggagogg

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Or, if you prefer, you can call it Webster Lake. 



Categories: Arts, Autumn, Blackstone Valley, Nature, Photography, Water

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  1. No matter. Looks like a swell place. Summer cottage country.
    I lived in New Brunswick for 3 years – along the Saint John River. Similar looking country.
    Beautiful. The summer are sultry. The autumns unimaginable. The winters deep. The Springs joyous.
    Have a great Spring.

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    • It is lovely. This used to be a vacation area. Now it’s all year round, but it’s still very much country. Always wanted to see your part of the country, but never got north over there. My father lived in Montreal and the furthest we got was Quebec City. You’re near PEI? It must be lovely when the snow melts:-)

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  2. Beautiful photo! I enjoy the photos best when I feel I want to be there sitting in one of those chairs watching the sun come up or go down.
    Thank you, I always view you on my cell.

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    • It’s a really lovely lake and most people around here (not me, however!) can actually pronounce its Algonquin name. Probably our largest local body of water and particularly stunning in the autumn.

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  3. Nice and looks great even on cell.

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    • Did uh you add a sound effect to this? That was strange. Yes it is a gorgeous lake and one of the biggest in this area. There’s a beach and a boat launch area, too. The Blackstone Valley is a watershed, so we have many lakes, ponds, streams, creeks, rivers, tributaries, waterfalls, dams mostly all of them connected. What makes this special is its depth and size. It’s home to lots of birds and other wildlife.

      The whole valley still suffers the residual effect of many long years of gross pollution from the old mills and factories, but gradually it’s getting better. It would improve faster if we could get the morons in Worcester to stop dumping waste into the river at Millbury. You’d think they’d learn, but morons stay morons and each generation has a new batch to deal with.

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  4. I like Lake Chargoggaggoggmancogmanhoggagogg better.
    Bet it’s not in Webster’s dictionary.

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