It is mid-March and the snow is back - just a few centimetres. Temps are right around the freezing point, so mud is added to the mix. Everything is accessible on foot, but do go carefully as the boardwalk, steps, bridge, and bank can be slippery.
Otherwise it is business as usual. We've noticed a flurry of June and July bookings in the last few days, so guests are thinking about warmer days. Us too.
Cleanup after the flood amounted to a full day of clearing, cutting, and scrubbing, but we were back to hosting by Sunday afternoon. Tonight (Thursday) looks interesting, with "rain or snow" forecast, but with the river back in its banks, things should be fine. (Knock on wood...)
Most useful flood flotsam was all the wood we were able to salvage and chop for the firewood pile.
Most fun flood flotsam was a kayak paddle, photographed here from the treehouse porch. The kayaker owners showed up on Monday night to rescue it.