推奨製品として日本でのショッピング パール:慎重に多くの種類に大きさ、形や色に応じて選択した後、日本の真珠関連製品は、高価なものの、によるものであった、その対称性、大きさや光沢が非常に最適です。買う価値。 電気:日本の世界的に有名な電気、それはより多くの発表を行いません。が、価格は安くはないが、それは最新の製品を購入する国内価格と同じです。非常に魅力的なショッピングです。 服:日本は、関係なく、衣類の色の、シックな、アジアンスタイルのデザインに適しており、すべてのエイミーは抵抗することができませんでしように、より微妙なアジアのファッションの要素が含まれています。 その他:日本の芸術品や工芸品、小さな贈り物、化粧品や日用品のすべての種類、ここでは枚挙にいとまがない。ファイン技量、柔らかい色、微細組織は、彼らが共通しているのですが、お勧めします。 化粧品 日本は、化粧品の販売が主な事業であり、610(マツモトキヨシ)ドラッグストアチェーンを持っています。資生堂、カネボウ、雪肌精といくつかの小さなブランドの種。基本的には、500〜10,000円(元の値が700元、約35元である)の範囲の価格。薬局やスーパーマーケットでは、大きなデパートで展示されている、そのようなIPSA、シュウウエムラ、資生堂や他のハイエンドの化粧品を購入することはできません、価格は薬局よりも、スーパーマーケットは、より高価になるだろう。 基本的にはメインの選択肢を購入する薬局に行き、百貨店は、営業担当者は、皮膚の下にいくつかのアドバイスを与えるだろうし、もっと重要なのは、その割引は頻繁に、ほぼ7〜8倍、同等の卸売価格へ。 家電 東京では、製品はまた、非常に詳細で分割、私たちの永楽、国美店に似ヨドバシ電器店、ビックカメラ電気店、さくらの家電販売店などの大型家電製品の独占チェーン、商品の種類があります。現在、広告はしばしばsonyT9デジタルカメラはまた、約三分の一に安い国内価格よりも、ここで見つけることができます。 このような電気店は6-7階を持っている一般的には、地上階には、今より人気商品や旬の新製品を配置されます。オープン商品が置かれ、顧客が自由にあなたがそれらを必要なときに、営業担当者が迅速に表示されます選択することができます。 大型電気店、システムがスコアカード、商品の後に店を買ったお客様は、適用することができます。塗布後、ポイントがすぐに(任意の正規価格の商品のように、店を買うために控除現金)を使用することができます。また、訪問者はまた、パスポートとリベートシステムを持つことができますが、税金の払い戻しを楽しむ場合は、再使用はできません控除現金をスコアカード。 日本と中国は、日本の電圧は利用できる注目の使用において、110Vで、異なる電圧です。
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newAugust DLA Newsletter

 

Intermittent showers still bringing RainBows

(click, and Please send photos to webmaster!)

 

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Next UP:

DLA Spaghetti Feed

 

Saturday, September 3rd, 5pm: Spaghetti Dinner @ Hiawatha

 

 

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News Items:

The Deer Lake Frolic is a big success!

Click it!

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Bear Island Cleanup Crew Clears Trail

Photos by Tom Nelson

Many thanks to the crew of trail-clearers on Bear Island: Rich, Bob, John, Catherine, Jim, Hugh and Paul.

And to those who preceded this crew: Newt, Denny, the Routt Family, and more.

 

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NEW: DLA Newsletter: July 2016

Just a click away!

Message about Newsletter distribution via email. 

List of Neighborhood Communicators

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Calendar of DLA Events

Click on event title for details.

Tuesday, August 30th, 4:30pm: Book Club @ Stark's

Friday, Septermber 2nd, 9am: Bear Island Cleanup

Saturday, September 3rd, 5pm: Spaghetti Dinner @ Hiawatha

Friday, September 9th, 9:30: Road Cleanup

Tuesday, September 13th, 2:30: DLA Golf @ Pokegema

Wednesday, September 14th, 4:30: Book Club @ Kleinkauf's

 

 

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At our recent General Meeting on June 18, reference was made to the full Deer-Pokegema Diagnostic Study, and the Lake Assessment Report on Deer Lake, regarding water quality.

These documents can be found here (click):

Deer-Pokegema Diagnostic Study

(very large file takes time to download)

Two DLA webpages were mentioned with more information and photos of the Diagnostic study.

Here they are: 

Diagnostic Page

Spring Study Page

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Deer Lake Water Quality Assessment Report

(this is a draft with occasional errors to be corrected)

 

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Time to Renew your DLA Membership,

or JOIN the DLA!

Click here for Invoice

And Please consider becoming a LIFETIME MEMBER of the DLA!

 

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Here is our newly revised Second Edition:

Beautiful Deer Lake: A Property Owner's Handbook

The BDL Handbook contains multiple embedded hyperlinks that provide direct access to additional information on the DLA or external web-sites.  The best way to view these hyperlinks is to DOWNLOAD a full copy of the Handbook, save it to your desktop, laptop, or mobile device, then open the saved Handbook from your computer or device.  When using your smartphone or tablet, you may find it easiest to use the Xodo PDF Viewer app to open the Handbook on your mobile device.  You can download the Xodo PDF Viewer app for free from your smartphone or tablet's app store.  If you have problems or questions, please contact us at beautifuldeerlake@gmail.com  

 

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Check this out: the DNR EagleCam

 

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Aquatic Invasive Species

NEW: Letter offering free consultation on AIS

Several boatloads of Zebra Mussels were pulled off of Sand Lake this month.

Sand Lake is a very popular fishing lake just a few miles from Deer Lake.

Aquatic Invasive Species threaten Deer Lake!

This year will provide opportunities to enhance our efforts to prevent Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) from ruining our lake.  The Minnesota State Legislature has provided the county governments 10 million for this effort.  Itasca County will receive over a half million dollars annually as its share.  We will see enhanced programs from access inspection and decontamination opportunities to training in detection and monitoring Deer Lake for many forms of AIS.  Among the various aspects of the AIS Program in Itasca County is the Community Action Projects (CAP).  This is a grant program designed to provide associations, organizations and water-oriented businesses with funds for local projects.  These could be supplemental to what is being done across the county, or for innovative ideas.  Most CAP program grants will require matching funds or volunteer hours.
Deer Lake Association members should strongly consider participating in this effort to protect our lake.

Here is some additional information:

Minnesota Extension AIS Newsletternew

Itasca County AIS Facebook Page

Public Service Announcement

Summary of the Itasca AIS Program

CAP Application Form

 

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The DNR did a Sensitive Lakeshore Study of several Itasca County lakes in the past years.  Those studies are now published on the DNR website:

http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/eco/sli/index.html

Deer Lake was not one of the three selected for extensive research, but was provided with a Rapid Assessement, as summarized in this map, with predictible results.

Deer Lake Sensitive Lakeshore Areas

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Itasca County has contracted with RMB Labs (Detroit Lakes and Grand Rapids) to collated Lake Water Quality reports/Summaries for many Itasca County Lakes, including Deer Lake.

Here is the (draft) report on Deer Lake.

 

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Loons are nesting on Deer Lake      Photo by Joan Ratzlaff

 

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April 19: official ICE-OUT on Deer Lake! 

This year was one of the most boring Ice-Out sequences ever, with just fog, clouds and rain.  We had our first Loon Call Frenzy that Tuesday evening, just to be sure the Ice was Out.

And the next day, April 20, the sun came out!

The complete 2016 Ice-Out sequence is being archived HERE.

 

The view of Deer Lake from 32,000 feet enroute from Chicago to Shanghai.                  Photo by CptCotton

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SPRINGS

If you know of any SPRINGS on Deer Lake please contact

Spring Study Coordinator, Tom Nelson

 

 

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 Please renew your DLA Membership! (if you haven't already)

DLA Membership Application

Message about the Newsletter distribution via Email

DLA EMAIL

Deer Lake Weather Report 

Deer Lake Weather Map

Deer Lake History

 

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 Interested in the Deer Lake Geocache Challenge? 

The Geocache Challenge is now ready!

Find the starting point at the Deer Lake Access

Geocaching is a fun scavenger hunt for all ages, which uses a GPS device and some  boating skills to find “caches” hidden around the lake. We would plan to develop a series of three to five caches around Deer Lake that would be a fun activity for everyone to learn more about healthy lakeshores. Feel free to contact me, Anna Johnson, if you have any question/concerns, ideas, comments, or are willing to have a cache on or near your lakeshore at annaj@mtu.edu.

 

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DLA Boutique 

The DLA Boutique has many great items for your home, cabin or as a gift to friends

Call Elise Widen @ 246-2708,

or (612)-868-5083 (off-season)

 

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The Pretty View from the Deer Lake Look-out on Co. Rd. 62 goes all the way across the length of Deer Lake, from north-east to south-west.

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Deer Lake Photo Gallery

The year's best photos of Deer Lake and its environs can be found on the Gallery page.  Contributions for this year start now!  Please submit your best (digital) photos to the webmaster.  Space may require a limit of three pictures.  Photos should be lake-oriented, but this can include buildings, wildlife, people, weather formations, and other Deer Lake activities or scenes of all sorts.  Send photos as email attachment photos in .jpg format with largest size/resolution possible to:

tom_nelson@deerlakeassn.net

 

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WI DNR: Fish and Trees

Northern Minnesota Fishing Report from Guide Jeff Sundin

 

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Shoreland Best Management Practice Information

This webpage from the University of Minnesota Extension Service includes fact-sheets designed to assist shoreland property owners in protecting and preserving water quality.  These include information on septic systems, shoreline stabilization, erosion control, lawns and gardens, invasive species, and much more.  Scroll to bottom for index of topics.

 

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Itasca County Interactive Map

This GIS map of the county includes parcel information.

 

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**  DLA EMail Project continues to encourage your participation; 

*  More Links to Area Attractions and Agencies HERE 

*  Look for AnnouncementsPeople, and Hints pages in the FORUM section--

*  We welcome your submissions

Hints and Important Information about
Cabin Life in Itasca County

 

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Minnesota DNR

Our DNR Lake ID Number is 310719

DNR Lake Information

MN DNR: Invasive Species in Itasca County

THE WATER'S EDGE

Helping Fish and Wildlife on your Lakeshore Property.

LakeLubbers article on Deer Lake

 

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 MORE LINKS HERE!

 

  Deer Lake historical postcards HERE! 

 

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About Deer Lake

Deer Lake is located in Itasca County about 12 miles north of Grand Rapids and about 8 miles NE of Deer River. The lake covers about 4,097 acres and is roughly 5 miles long and 1.5 miles wide.  There are 20.7 miles of shoreline (25.6 if islands are counted). The lake has no inlets and only one outlet into the Deer River. Its water comes from rainfall and many surface and underground springs.  Deer Lake is considered "ooligotrophic" indicating very clear water with low nutrient levels.

There were 359 private "improved parcels" on Deer Lake (homes or cabins) counted during the 2005 survey, indicating mostly high shoreline development.  An additional 141 non-improved parcels were mostly in common ownership with the improved, but recent development since 2005 has seen many more homes and cabins built around the lake.  The State of Minnesota owns just 12 parcels, the majority of which are islands. 

Often called the "Lake of the Changing Colors", Deer Lake's crystal-clear water contains minerals that changes it's water to a brilliant blue-green color on a bright summer day. This color, along with it's many islands and miles of scenic shoreline, make Deer Lake one of northern Minnesota's treasures.

Deer Lake's depth ranges up to 121 feet. There are many reefs and rockpiles, some rising suddenly in mid-lake. The lake has 920 acres of "littoral area" (where the depth is less that 15 feet deep). This rocky littoral area is great for fishing, but presents real concerns for the safe boater. Many anglers come to catch trophy muskies, but small-mouth & large-mouth bass, walleyed pike, northern pike and a wide assortment of panfish are also present. Very clear water presents a challenge for daytime fishing.

 

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Boating on Deer Lake       Photo by Sanna Pederson

 

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