Posted April 08, 2018 12:20:34 I had been in Bass Lake with my friends on a camping trip in early April when I noticed the lake had a bit of a “frost”.
The snow was quite a bit deeper than usual, so we went in for a swim in the lake and ended up spending the next couple of hours trying to figure out what the problem was.
It turns out the lake was getting too cold.
The weather station in the area, which was at the time being used by the National Parks and Wildlife Service, reported the temperature in Bass Creek was 32 degrees Celsius.
But the lake temperature in the days prior had been 32 degrees.
And even though we had no wind on our way in, the temperature was still below normal.
So we headed back to Bass Lake, which is in the northern part of Bass Bay, to see what the problems were.
The next morning, we returned to the lake.
The lake was still cold, but there was snow.
And so we decided to swim in that.
And we had a lot of fun!
The lake is just about halfway between Bass Bay and Bass Bay City.
It has a bit more than 10km of shoreline and the lake is a pretty shallow, mostly flat lake.
And it is a really good location for camping.
In fact, it is one of the easiest places to camp for some reason.
The best thing about the lake, however, is the lake itself.
It is a lot smaller than Bass Bay but still pretty massive.
It can get very cold.
In a good year, it can reach 40C or below in the winter and up to 50C in the summer.
The water temperature in some places can drop to 40C in summer and as low as -40C in winter.
That’s just not very pleasant.
The first thing you should know about the water is that it’s actually very salty.
The salt is the result of an algae bloom on the surface of the water.
The algae can grow and eat a lot more than the usual algae, which means that you can get quite a lot in a short period of time.
It’s also a good way of keeping the lake cool because the algae grow on the bottom of the lake where the water level is lower.
But it can also become a very strong barrier to the passage of wildlife.
The bottom of Bass Lake is so salty that if you were to go down there in a canoe or kayak it would be like being dropped in a bathtub full of ice cubes.
If you are looking for a great camping spot in Bass, you might want to take a look at the Lake of the Woods or the Black Hills in North Queensland.
The Black Hills The Lake of The Woods is a large lake about two kilometres long.
There are about 30,000 trees in the Black Mountains and a lot has been logged on the lake in recent years.
The area is a very remote area with a few other areas.
The Lake is known for its amazing beauty and a number of special wildlife sightings.
You might have heard of the Great Grey Kangaroo, which can grow up to six metres long.
Other notable sightings include a rare sighting of a great white shark in 2017 and the rare sighting in the 1970s of a white rhino in the Blue Mountains.
But you will also hear about a number other rare sightings including a large black bear in the Lake area in 2015.
A few years ago, an amazing white rhinoceros was photographed swimming around in the Lakes water.
But this was before the Lake had been used for wildlife monitoring.
It was believed that the lake became too cold during the summer and was therefore closed for recreational purposes.
But now the lake has reopened and the area is completely open.
But in the meantime, the wildlife in the lakes water is not a problem.
The lakes water also contains minerals that can attract fish and small mammals.
This is one reason why the lakes waters are considered one of Australia’s top waters.
You can see the lake from the beach.
But some people will prefer to camp on the beaches.
It would be a great spot to watch the sunrise from.
But if you are camping, make sure you stay away from the water and look out for other wildlife and the water quality.
It seems that the lakes are getting warmer and colder as we speak.
We also found out that there was a white whale that was swimming around the lake but it has since died.
But even if it did survive, you would probably want to avoid swimming in the water because of the dangers associated with that kind of water.