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Mazama: Feb. 11, 2015

Mazama: Feb. 11, 2015

By Bob Spiwak Well, I goofed last week. In the column about the leasing of Bear Creek Golf Course, the amount of hours Ash and Linda Court put into running the place last year was, by my quote, 45,000 hours. Wrong! I did not stop to do the math and when Ash brought this to...
Mazama: Feb. 4, 2015

Mazama: Feb. 4, 2015

By Bob Spiwak It’s the day of the Super Bowl and snowing, maybe about 3 new inches on the ground. The forecast is for varying varieties of falling wet stuff through Thursday at least. This is being written today because of conflicts with the usual Monday waltz with the computer, and because something may happen...
Mazama: January 28, 2015

Mazama: January 28, 2015

By Bob Spiwak Here in West Boesel it is a foggy Monday morning. A mile to the west, just over Weeman Bridge, all the way to the high mountains the sun is out and despite ambient temperatures, it is a very hot sun. However short it may be, the melt is on. This can have...
Mazama: January 21, 2015

Mazama: January 21, 2015

By Bob Spiwak January 19: The weather out there mirrors the feelings of us Green Bay Packer fans: gray, dark, depressing and slippery. That last is appropriate for the poor guy who dropped the ball on the onside kick by Seattle. Was it a drop, or knocked away from him? Only the film knows. Five...
Mazama: January 14, 2015

Mazama: January 14, 2015

By Bob Spiwak It is 9:30 a.m. Monday (Jan. 12). The fog has been enveloping us all week, occasionally peppered by light snowfalls. Living on the coast years ago, we would measure the amount of fog by utility poles. A three- or four-pole “fogger” at the limit of visibility represented the area where even car...
Mazama: Jan. 7, 2015

Mazama: Jan. 7, 2015

By Bob Spiwak Monday, 10 a.m. Temperature 28 at ground level and 33 high on the house.  It has been quite a 24 hours, and now it is raining. Two hours ago it was freezing rain and prior to that about 4 inches of snow. In short, it is a mess, and a crunchy one...
Mazama: Dec. 31, 2014

Mazama: Dec. 31, 2014

By Bob Spiwak It is Saturday morning, a gray day with a few snowflakes falling from a leaden sky. Earlier this morning, we took the dog to Dripping Springs trailhead just down the road. Expectations were to find a lot of cars and a lot of dogs. We were mistaken, and were alone but for...
Mazama: December 24, 2014

Mazama: December 24, 2014

By Bob Spiwak Here it is almost the new year. More important is that we have gone beyond the solstice and the days will be getting longer, somewhere around five to 10 minutes a day, I think.  Whatever the rate may be, to me it is a sign of spring even though with the solstice...
Mazama: Dec. 17, 2014

Mazama: Dec. 17, 2014

By Bob Spiwak Sunshine. Two days of the stuff and it was grand. The colder nights did refresh the ice rink conditions from here to Mazama and elsewhere, but it was worth it. Monday (Dec. 15) is relatively mild with the NOAA forecast for snow in the coming week. Minimal amounts it says, but we...
Mazama: Dec. 10, 2014

Mazama: Dec. 10, 2014

By Bob Spiwak Monday morning, and it’s like a breath of spring. Rain is falling, dense fog is about 300 feet overhead, and the temperature is 35 degrees after several days lurking above and below 40. Where are the robins? Up at Harts Pass, there was no report of snow depth yet today, but the...