This photo of dawn was taken by Patti Hart.
The following report on the maintenance and Sondreson Hall and photo was sent in by Bill Walker… Thursday, Paul Marotz and I installed lights on the recently upgraded Sondreson Hall back porch. I noticed that someone put the finishing touches to the ramp, too. Thanks, Paul, and everyone else who has worked so hard on Sondreson Hall this summer/fall. And… Read more →
It’s that time of year again. All members of the NFLA are encouraged to bring or send non-perishable food items to the October meeting on the 4th. Acceptable donations include non-perishable commercially canned goods, dried foods such as rice, pasta, beans and any packaged food items not requiring refrigeration. Of particular interest is baby food. Another popular item is pancake syrup…. Read more →
The North Fork Patrol, with the written permission of a landowner, checks a property for evidence of trespass, poaching and external physical damage. Get more information about the North Fork Patrol and download a copy of the new sign up form.
The NFLA maintenance committee had a long list of tasks that they wanted to finish this summer and fall including the kitchen floor, a new back porch with a ramp, replacing the batten on the back of the building, and hooking the wood stove back up inside. Much of that work was finished during a flurry of activity this past week. Here’s… Read more →
The NFLA Board of Directors voted to increase the annual dues for active members from $10 a person to $15. Dues for associate members (no voting privileges) were also increased from $5 a year to $10. For more information about joining the NFLA and paying dues, including an updated form to fill out, see our Contact Page.
Members are taking advantage of the cooler weather to perform some maintenance at Sondreson Hall. Following is the schedule: Help with moving – On Wednesday, September 10th, a few folks are needed to help put the kitchen back together after the floor work in that area has been completed. Work will begin around 4PM. Minor repairs and oiling – On Tuesday, September 16th, folks are… Read more →
Kip Straton and the Border Patrol have invited their North Fork neighbors to join them on Monday, September 15th, at an open house on the border. The fun starts at 6PM. This is a chance to meet the folks who are guarding our border and learn a little more about what they are doing. Folks are asked to bring a dessert if you… Read more →
The Annual Tree Farm Meeting will be held on Saturday, October 11. The group will be meeting at Sondreson Community Hall at 10AM before proceeding on to the Chrisman and Hoiland Tree Farms, then returning to the Hall for the lunch, Business Meeting, and Awards. This meeting is open to the public – anyone wanting more information on the Tree Farm program is welcome to… Read more →
Northern Rockies: Normal significant wildland fire potential is expected for the outlook period. Very warm and dry conditions across the Area contributed to a spike in fire activity around mid-month. A change in patterns brought deep moisture into the region, producing widespread heavy rain for much of the last two weeks of August. Cooler weather filtered in as an early… Read more →
Everyone had a great time at the August square dance last Saturday evening. There was a large turnout with over 40 people over the night. Plenty for two squares with dancers to spare. Debo did her usual excellent job calling the dance and teaching the beginners all the moves. Here are some photos: