The Lake Association deep-water buoy, seen here in a spring 2020 photograph, is missing. Perhaps strong wind and waves separated it from its mooring. Volunteer water-quality monitors recently discovered its absence from the south-middle of the lake. They searched for it around the lake without success. If you spot it please email us at email@example.com.
On 18-Jul-20, as part of the 37th Audubon Loon Count, Cindy Begin and Steve Turner covered the south end of Pleasant Lake and Marygrace and Peter Barber covered the north end, counting collectively ten adults and two chicks. Joyce Burd, Susan Kaagan, and Deborah Shapiro spotted one loon on Parker Pond.
Entering Pleasant Lake/Parker Pond Association’s old web address in your browser redirects you to our new website. Same Association, same purposes, new look.
In 2019 the Pleasant Lake/Parker Pond Association board decided to upgrade its website to be more current, useful, and enjoyable. The old website served its purpose, but was difficult to update and did not include features that users have come to expect. We registered a new domain—plppa.org—and built afresh what you see here. As the time of this post the old site remains online, but we expect to retire it and redirect its traffic to the current before 2020.
Please visit often! The skeletal site that exists today will fill out, acquire heft, and become richer and more interactive in months and years to come. Please contact us with ideas and suggestions.