We got some beautiful sticking snow last night about 10 inches. It made for great pictures around the resort as we shoveled out

Oogie was having fun checking out all the thick white stuff outside. We bought a new electric power shovel and he was trying to catch the snow as it flew

One of my favorite pictures of the day

There is nothing like snow in the pines

Trails across the road from the resort. The small pines bending into the trail The first person down the trail will have quite an adventure clearing the way

Lower Kuabahine winter wonderland drive

We love it when we have guests from Oklahoma that have never used a snowblower and want to try it out. We have plenty of places to try it out

Oogie trying to figure out what in the world that strange machine is throwing snow at him

Love the sleeping look of the boats under a layer of snow

Picnic table shows about what we have on the ground now. This snow was heavy and wet and will make a great base for the trails in the area

Ice fishermen say there is 6 – 8 inches of ice on the lake.

Things look like they are shaping up well for a great time in the Northwoods for the holidays playing in the snow. We are currently booked December 26 – January 2nd. Birchwood is open up to December 26th and Red Pine does open up one day earlier than the rest of the cabins on January 1st. Starting January 2nd we have lots open up to January 13th if you are looking for a post holiday escape. We are full for Martin Luther King Weekend but most weekends after that we have several open. Time to come up and play in the snow!