… by the record water levels in Lake Champlain following this winter’s snows and this spring’s seemingly endless (and sometimes torrential) rains.

There is usually about 40 feet of beach at the spot pictured above, just down the hill from us, all of it now under water. Average water levels in the lake are around 95 feet above sea level. Flood stage is 100 feet. This year they hit 103.3 ft here in Burlington.

Among its other effects, neighborhoods have been flooded, including this one just down the road from us, where our friend Charlie has run the Auer Family Boathouse for decades…

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