Reminder! Dance class is tonight (Friday) at 6:30 at the Hall. All levels welcome. Come get tuned up so that you’re ready for the Winter Ball on Saturday, Feb 3!
On Friday night, a group of North Forkers delighted their neighbors with Christmas caroling. Traveling from home to home, this group of about 20 carolers sang songs and delivered treats and Christmas cards along the way.
The North Fork Dance Class will be on Thursday this week…..Dec. 14 at 6:30 at the Hall (instead of Friday night). Beginner level waltz, two step, swing.
I was informed at the Graham’s Party last night by Jan Caldwell that Christmas Caroling will happen this Friday night (December 15th) which puts it in conflict with our dance class. Since there are a number of dancers who like to participate in caroling, I do not want to be in competition with this annual… Read More »
North Fork Winter Dance Classes will resume this Friday, December 8 at 6:30 at the Community Hall. The classes are taught by dance instructor Debo Powers. Classes are free and open to the entire North Fork Community. Classes will be held every Friday night during the cold winter months when most people are looking for some excuse… Read More »
On Friday night, 23 people came to the Hall for winter dance lessons taught by Debo Powers. Even though most of the crowd were complete beginners, by the end of the evening dancers were doing the basic steps of Waltz, Two Step, and Swing. Participants from last winter’s classes helped a lot. Dance classes will… Read More »
Winter in the North Fork started on November 1 with the first big winter storm. After a week and a half of below-freezing temperatures and about a foot of snow, North Forkers were celebrating the coming of winter and having visions of cross country skiing. The road was plowed and driving was not too treacherous… Read More »
The sound of the north wind whipping around the Lookout greeted me as I opened my eyes in the freezing glass house. Grey skies were all around me, but the smoke no longer enveloped the Lookout. Smoke from the Adair Fire was billowing and buffeted by heavy winds from the north. Smoke had settled in… Read More »
Clouds, smoke, and sunrise collaborated in a masterful painting in the morning sky. When I awoke, my first awareness was of the wind beating furiously against the Lookout. Some lookouts have reported that they find the sound of the wind disconcerting, but I love it. Maybe its the fact that I descended from a group… Read More »
The forest was quiet at dawn as I hiked up to Cyclone Lookout to begin my third hitch for the season. When I left in August, I did not expect to be back on Cyclone although I had communicated my availability if needed. With seven fires burning around the edges of the North Fork, the… Read More »