Category Archives: Pond Living

Essays and reflections of what it is like living on a pond.

Separating the wheat, er, weeds from the chaff

This is a Guest Post from Ed Ouellette I think we should clear up any myths and concerns people may have about fertilizer use by pond residents. It seems to be a re-occurring statement, made by people who are possibly … Continue reading

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Kermit the “Chug a Rump”?

This is another Guest Post by Warren Ball Over the many years I have visited or lived on Flannagan Pond, I have seen so many changes. Oak Ridge Drive was just being built when I was a kid.  The Calvin Street extension … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Warren Ball

I was recently asked what brought me to Flannagan’s Pond.  To answer this honestly, it was not by choice at first. My grandfather built the house on the pond in 1917. It is where my dad grew up. We lived … Continue reading

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Coming Soon…a new look

One of our fellow “Friends”, Michelle Simas Woods, a professional graphics artist,  was gracious enough to design a series of logos for us to use on the web site.  Over the next couple weeks I will incorporate them into the … Continue reading

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