Clark Lake is defined by a myriad of expressions.  No two days are exactly the same.  Consider recent experiences—calm to ice storm, ice storm to melt, melt to heavy snow, heavy snow to a calm Sunday on the water.

Henry David Thoreau captured the idea of lake, and took it a bit further when he wrote:

“A lake is the first and most expressive feature of a landscape.  It is the eye of the earth, where the spectator, looking at it with his own, sounds the depth of his own nature.”