Life in and around Lake Winnipesaukee

November 1985
Yankee;Nov85, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p98
Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H. is, in the summer, a warm, cheerful friendly lake, hosting thousands of boaters, campers and swimmers. In the winter, the lake renews itself as the surface water becomes colder and thus denser and starts to sink, mixing with the 39-degree deeper water on which it has `floated' all summer. Photo essay of life in, on and around the lake.


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