Welcome to Joe's Pond Vermont
Our camp is coming down so everything must go: Front load Washer, Elec Dryer, Elec Stove, lots of glass ware, dishes, light fixtures, bathroom vanity, French Doors, Shower Stall, Overhead Fan with Light, and a lot more.
Yesterday I observed a category 2 blue green algae bloom in the NE cove of Joes Pond. Today, my colleague, Angela Shambaugh confirmed it as the blue green Anabaena. It was dispersed throughout the water column and a scum of it was accumulating on the surface due to a light breeze blowing into the cove from the NW. Read the remainder of Kelli's report on the 8/31 blog entry.
The ice is out! April 29 at 6:14 pm.
The winner of the 28th annual Joe's Pond Ice-Out contest is Mary Numa of West Haven CT. Mary guessed the exact date and time the clock stopped: April 29 at 6:14 pm. She will receive a check for over $6000. This decision will become final on 5/14/2015. Any discrepancies must be brought forward before 5/14/2015.
If you have an ice out question, click here.
Free sleeper sofa Boat has been sold, but boat lift still for sale (7/16) Year-Round Joe's Pond Property for Sale See the WCAX Interview of 3/10/2015
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Iceout and Fireworks
Before you leave the site, be sure to visit the Ice-Out Contest Page. The Joe's Pond Ice-Out Contest tickets are available from July until April, providing fun for thousands of people. Proceeds fund a huge free July Fireworks Display each year - an exciting event you won't want to miss. Check the Events Schedule for the exact date as it changes each year.
Note: the pictures are unrelated to the fireworks and iceout contest.