There have been some blustery winters here at Fishhawk Lake and some mild wet ones. These photos are taken from snowy winters of the past. 2008 saw the toughest one with over 4’ of snow on our deck alone! However, that was the worst winter this part of the Pacific Northwest had seen in many years.
Lonely Winter Goose at Fishhawk LakeWinter of 2008
Beautiful log cabin that we used to own…it personifies Thoreau’s vision of a cabin in the woods!You could find properties like this to buy…I am your Gateway to the Lake, as I do most of the real estate out here AND I live here fulltime!
There are many reasons why we all love living out here on Fishhawk Lake, and the natural beauty that surrounds us, no matter the season is just one of the glorious positives!
Specializing in Fishhawk Lake Recreation Club
“Your Gateway to the Lake!”
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I've been the local realtor/neighbor for 14 years who lives full time in the Fishhawk Lake area, a private lake community in the middle of the coastal range in a very small town in Oregon . It's heaven out here and my husband and I have lived here full time for about 12 years and over 15 altogether as weekenders before that. This area is my niche, my specialty, my passion.
Doing this is truly a dream come true. Let me help you make it yours. Call me, your local expert: 503-755-2905
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