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The Lake House is a 2006 American fantasy romance film written by David Auburn and directed by Alejandro Agresti. A remake of the South Korean motion picture Il Mare (2000), it stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, who last appeared together in the 1994 action thriller film Speed. The film revolves around an architect (Reeves) living in 2004 and a doctor (Bullock) living in 2006 who meet via letters left in the mailbox of a lake house where they both lived at separate points in time. They carry on a two-year correspondence while remaining separated by the time difference.
In 2006, Dr. Kate Forster is leaving a lake house that she has been renting near Chicago. Kate leaves a note in the mailbox asking the next tenant to forward her mail, adding that the paint-embedded pawprints on the path leading to the house were there when she arrived.
Two years earlier, architect Alex Wyler arrives at the lake house and finds Kate's letter in the mailbox. The house is neglected, with no sign of paw prints anywhere. During the subsequent restoration of the house, a dog runs through Alex's paint and leaves fresh paw prints where Kate said they would be. Baffled, Alex writes back, placing the letter in the mailbox, asking how Kate knew about the paw prints since the house was unoccupied until he arrived. The dog, Jack, then becomes owned by both Kate and Alex within their different places in time. On Valentine's Day 2006, Kate witnesses a traffic accident near Daley Plaza and tries to save the male victim unsuccessfully. She impulsively drives back to the lake house, finds Alex's letter, and writes back.
Rushing to the lake house, Kate frantically writes a letter telling Alex she loves him but begs him not to try to find her if he loves her back. Wait two years, she says, and come to the lake house instead. Meanwhile, in 2006, Alex has gone to Daley Plaza to look for Kate. He stands across the street from the plaza, and just as it seems he is about to cross, he reaches into his pocket to look at a note from Kate.
At the lake house, Kate drops to her knees sobbing, fearing that she has arrived too late to stop Alex. Not long afterwards, a truck pulls up. She walks forward smiling as the driver approaches. She and Alex kiss and walk toward the lake house.
Filmed and set in Chicago, production began in March 2005. The lake house itself was built on what is called Maple Lake, located within the Maple Lake Forest Preserve off of 95th Street in the southwest suburb of Chicago: Willow Springs. The house was actually built on dry land and then flooded to appear that it was in the lake. After filming, the house was required to be removed, and a simple fishing dock was put in its place. The downtown scenes are in The Loop. The scenes where Kate and Morgan go to Henry's office, and Kate's dramatic exit down the stairs, were filmed at the Chicago Architecture Foundation. The scene where Henry and Alex talk on the street after being in their father's office was filmed on the 400 block of South Michigan Ave, in front of the Fine Arts Building and the Auditorium Theater. The scene where Alex and Simon converse in Simon's home was filmed at the Prairie Avenue Bookshop, an architectural bookstore in Chicago which closed in 2009. Other filming locations include Aurora, Illinois (now the Madison Park community) and Riverside, Illinois, a suburb west of Chicago that is known for its historic houses, and several Frank Lloyd Wright buildings. The railway station in the movie is the real station of Riverside, and the bridge that Alex crosses while chasing Jack is called the \"Swinging Bridge\"; it crosses the Des Plaines River. The scene where Kate gets stood-up is in Millennium Park at the Park Grill. The bar scene in the Loop where Kate is seen sitting on the barstool, speaking with the woman at the wooden bar, is the real \"Millers Pub\" located at 134 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60603.
The Lake House, a mid-century modern Lake Placid inn, is casual and cozy. It's the perfect Lake Placid hotel for adventuring around the Adirondacks. Allow us to make our hotel your lake house. A perfect location for groups and wedding parties, the Lake House hotel at High Peaks Resort marries the classic style of the Adirondacks with modern touches that make you feel right at home.
Red House Lake is a 110 acre man-made lake located within Allegany State Park. It was created in 1929 by the damming of Red House Brook. The bottom is primarily mud with some areas of gravel. The shoreline is virtually undeveloped and consists primarily of mowed fields with some wooded areas. Roads and a bike path encircle the entire lake.
Fishing access is nearly unlimited with shoreline fishing allowed around the entire lake, except within the swimming area. There is a launch for small trailered and cartop boats off ASP Route 1 at the northern tip of the lake. Rowboats and canoes can also be rented from the park for use on the lake.
Trout: Red House Lake is stocked each spring with yearling brown trout. The lake also receives a stocking of larger, hatchery breeder trout in the fall of most years. The trout fishery is essentially a put-and-take fishery, as there is little holdover of trout. Ice fishing for trout is permitted.
When we say that our house is your house, we mean it! We want you to feel welcome the moment that you walk through our doors. At LakeHouse we have a staff of friendly, service-oriented professionals to help you achieve all of your dining needs. Join us and let us take care of you, your family and friends like you were our own. We look forward to serving you at the LakeHouse!
What a great addition to our lakeside dining. They updated the boat dock, added new play equipment for the kids, a dog yard and fire pits. A dockside hut coming for summer as well as a swim beach. The food has been on point. I can't wait to see what more CLH has in store for us as they grow.
At our lakefront location you will enjoy relaxing on the big front porch, or, if you prefer a more activity-filled B&B getaway, we are conveniently located near all of the best attractions that Laconia, Gilford, and the surrounding area has to offer. You will love our comfortable ambiance, delectable breakfasts and warm hospitality.
Described as \\\"The most beautiful store on the mountain\\\" by locals and visitors alike! The Lake House is a warm, inviting space where you can shop for splendid artisan treasures, gourmet essentials, original art & lake style antiques.
We spent three days at the Belfry House Hotel last week. It was fabulous! We loved the upscale, luxury and stylish design of the hotel. Because it is a smaller hotel, it felt like a private country getaway - away from the crowds and standard touristy hotels in Lake Geneva. The location is fabulous - slightly off the beaten path, but an easy drive to any of the popular Lake Geneva lakeside locations. Thank you Belfry House Hotel! We would most definitely return!
Icehouse Lake is a popular trout lake that is stocked with cutthroat and rainbow trout.This lake has an over abundance of aquatic vegetation. Located along the north side of Highway SR-14, by the end of Bridge of the Gods.
Open year-round, this small lake receives heavy angling pressure due to its easy access, but provides excellent fishing from late fall through early summer. Excess broodstock rainbows augment the stocking of several thousand catchable-size rainbow and cutthroat trout. Bluegill and largemouth bass are also present for additional angling excitement.
Car top boats/rafts or float tubes only. There is no boat ramp at this lake. Shoreline is limited to one side of the lake. The dirt road along the lake is primitive and care should be used when driving it.
Organizations can gain deeper and richer insights when they bring together all their relevant data of all structures and types and from all sources to analyze. In order to analyze these vast amounts of data, they are taking all their data from various silos and aggregating all of that data in one location, what many call a data lake, to do analytics and ML directly on top of that data. At other times, they are storing other data in purpose-built data stores, like a data warehouse to get quick results for complex queries on structured data, or in a search service to quickly search and analyze log data to monitor the health of production systems. To get the best insights from all of their data, these organizations need to move data between their data lakes and these purpose-built stores easily. As data in these systems continues to grow it becomes harder to move all of this data around. To overcome this data gravity issue and easily move their data around to get the most from all of their data, a Lake House approach on AWS was introduced.
In this post, we present how to build this Lake House approach on AWS that enables you to get insights from exponentially growing data volumes and help you make decisions with speed and agility. This Lake House approach provides capabilities that you need to embrace data gravity by using both a central data lake, a ring of purpose-built data services around that data lake, and the ability to easily move the data you need between these data stores.
The ingestion layer in the Lake House Architecture is responsible for ingesting data into the Lake House storage layer. It provides the ability to connect to internal and external data sources over a variety of protocols. It can ingest and deliver batch as well as real-time streaming data into a data warehouse as well as data lake components of the Lake House storage layer.
The data storage layer of the Lake House Architecture is responsible for providing durable, scalable, and cost-effective components to store and manage vast quantities of data. In a Lake House Architecture, the data warehouse and data lake natively integrate to provide an integrated cost-effective storage layer that supports unstructured as well as highly structured and modeled data. The storage layer can store data in different states of consumption readiness, including raw, trusted-conformed, enriched, and modeled. 59ce067264