Re: cabins on the susquehanna
While all it seems to have done for the last month is snow, and none of it has melted, there's really very limited moisture trapped in the snowpack. The temps have been so cold and most of the snow has come from the northwest. Other than the this crust it's a light powdery snow. I took a long walk at 1400-1700 foor elevation this morning. The snow depth averaged about a foot. Won't take much to melt it.
Every spring must be interesting along the river. Unless alot of additional moisture shows up before the melt, or lots of rain forces the melt, the current conditions aren't too bad.
I miss my hunting partner