The melancholy Days are come,|
The saddest of the year;
Of wailing winds, and naked woods,
And meadows brown and sere.
-- William Cullen Bryant (circa 1825)|
So dark and dull are these November days.
The lazy mist up high in the evening curled,
And the morn quite hides in fog and haze;
The place we occupy seems all the world.
-- John Clare (circa 1820)
|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|
|2014 Fishing Regulations||2014 Hunting Regulations||The Weather at LBLR|
|A Year 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.