Colorful Restoration of Gilford Islands Landmark
The difficult work of reclaiming our Lake's historic past is never done. Nipple Rock sits in the lake on the northern side of Round Island toward Camp Island. The tiny island holds the flashing navigational aid (buoy) #46. Recently an unknown "caretaker" has given the aid a fresh coat of paint.
We have recently learned that the unknown "caretaker" is Tup Goodhue, John Goodhue's (of Mark Island and Gilford) brother. Tup lives in Moultonboro and has been painting the rock for years.
News & Events MAR 8th
41 Members Attend Spring Luncheon
On March 02, 2019, members enjoyed lunch with fellow islanders at the Lyon's Den in Gilford and heard about the state of Winnipesaukee's water quality. The talk was presented by Pat Tarpey, Executive Director of the Lake Winnipesaukee Association.
The slides from the presentation cam be seen by clickimg here:
State of Winnipesaukee's Water Quality
NH Lakes News