THE FROZEN LAKE

Download The Frozen Lake ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to THE FROZEN LAKE book pdf for free now.

Frozen Lake

Author : Elizabeth Edmondson
ISBN : 9780007184866
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 49.5 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 815
Read : 180

Fabulous family saga of secrets held through two generations, set against the atmospheric background of the Lake District at ChristmasThe year of 1936 is drawing to a close. Winter grips Wetmoreland and causes a rare phenonmenon: the lakes freeze. For two local families, the Richardsons and the Grindleys, this will bring unexpected upheaval, as the frozen lake entices long-estranged siblings and children to return home for the holiday season.Some are aware of what is happening in Europe; others don't want to know. Everyone's keen to put aside their troubles -- money worries, love tangles, career problems, domestic rifts -- and enjoy themselves skating while they can. But one visitor carries the seed of violence and not even the redoubtable matriarch of the Richardson clan can prevent the carefully buried secrets of the past from reappearing and transforming everything.A compelling blend of family closeness and strife, dazzling passion and the dark influence of history, this is an enthralling read to curl up and savour.
Category: Fiction

Frozen Lake

Author : Tomm Jr.
ISBN : 1795501073
Genre :
File Size : 82.68 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 662
Read : 336

Amazing Nature Landscapes can be yours today! Visit my author page for more amazing notebooks. Blank notebooks are great for: * writing poems and stories * learning languages * drawing * and much more 120 pages blank. Specifications: Cover Finish: Glossy Dimensions: 6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm) Interior: Blank, White Paper Pages: 120
Category:

An Investigation Of A Perennially Frozen Lake

Author : David F. Barnes
ISBN : LCCN:61061431
Genre : Angiussaq Lake
File Size : 68.34 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 564
Read : 576

Perennially-frozen Angiussaq Lake, Greenland was examined in 1957 to determine the strength of its midsummer ice cover and the causes of its perennially-frozen conditions. The lake, largest within a 100-mi radius of Thule Air Base, is formed by ice-cap damming of a valley 200 m deep, and has an elevation of 590 m. Water temperatures ranged from 0.1 to 0.7 C and showed that summertime mixing is sufficient to maintain nearly isothermal conditions. Fish, phytoplankton, AND CHIRONOMID LIFE WERE FOUND IN THE LAKE WATER. At the end of the 1957 summer, more than 90% of the lake surface was covered by ice averaging 1.5 m in thickness. Variations in melting rate have caused a gently rolling surface that might be smoothed by flooding or scraping. In-place cantilever beam tests showed that the upper half meter of ice had almost no strength but that the lower portion maintained sufficient strength to support heavy loads throughout the summer. A tongue of glacier ice floating in the lake has a thickness of about 100 m and a length of about 3 km. Five smaller ice islands have thicknesses of more than 5 m and are believed to form where snow accumulation exceeds ablation. (Author).
Category: Angiussaq Lake

Notebear

Author : Sarah Bardino
ISBN : 1795404051
Genre :
File Size : 66.79 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 201
Read : 1228

Notebear journals contain 150 pages of alternate blank and lined pages. Great for recording your thoughts, doodles, art journaling, scrapbooking, and whatever else you can think of. Paste your photos and stickers or fill up the blank pages with your artwork. Record thoughts and notes in the lined pages 150 pages -- plenty of room for journaling and writing
Category:

Cast Your Bread

Author : Warren Ravenscroft
ISBN : 9781503504202
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 81.41 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 687
Read : 323

In the first book, Devotional Talks for the Busy Leader, and the second book, Bible Studies for the Busy Leader, the author sought to bring easy reading material to those who chose to explore the word of God. Again in this book, easy reading material has been produced, in essence, making God’s word easier to understand. More Devotional Talks and More Bible Studies have been added to those already produced to take those who seek further enlightenment on a journey only God can make happen through the Holy Spirit. As with all the previous writings, what is done with the revelations revealed is the most important issue we can embrace in our spiritual lives. It is all about God and nothing about the individual. To those who seek, with all their heart will be rewarded by God, revealing secrets to them through the Holy Spirit in his time and at his pace. It is a learning and growing process. Through these easy-read talks and studies, the author hopes to awaken a keener interest in the word of life. Our spiritual life and the teaching combined should take us to heights we would never have expected for those who are of the called. While much happens in our lives, the author has shared his own life and how God has worked through many channels to bring the revealed word into his life. While his journey or walk has always been about trust in a God to direct his life, the way God chose to do this has, in hindsight, left the author with a sense of “Why me?” As you read, may you to experience the riches of God’s word, as he reveals himself to your own heart.
Category: Self-Help

Lake Quannapowitt

Author : Alison C. Simcox
ISBN : 9781439624074
Genre : Photography
File Size : 42.61 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 316
Read : 253

Lake Quannapowitt is named for James Quonopohit, a member of the Pawtucket tribe of Nipmuc Indians and signer of the 1686 deed selling land to European colonists. A town called Redding (now Wakefield) developed on the shore of the lake that provided colonists with a bounty of fish, including salmon and alewives, until mills stopped their passage upstream. The town remained rural until the Boston and Maine Railroad arrived in 1845. Overnight, new markets became accessible, and Lake Quannapowitt ice was exported to destinations worldwide. Icehouses dominated the shoreline and stood side-by-side with boathouses and bathhouses. Some in Wakefield remember the last days of ice harvesting, although barely a trace of its existence remains. More residents remember Hill’s Boathouse and Dance Hall, where many a romance began. For recent arrivals who walk and jog its idyllic 5-kilometer shore, the lake’s industrial and complex past will come as a surprise.
Category: Photography

Stallion On A Frozen Lake

Author : Dalai Lama VI Tshaṅs-dbyaṅs-rgya-mtsho
ISBN : 0961891653
Genre : Poetry
File Size : 41.16 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 259
Read : 1115

This work features poems capturing the meditative sweetness as well as the rebelliousness of this bad-boy Tantric master (1683-1706).
Category: Poetry