It’s winter the way it should be here now with cold temperatures, clear skies, and no wind. All we need is a little more thickness to the ice for the skaters and fishermen.
We start the day with Rosie’s sunrise
and then move up lake to show the edge of the ice running from the tip of the island at Waterhouses
to the tip just north of Utowana and on across to the tip just north of Sucker Brook.
Here’s a slightly angled view of the bubbles so you can make your own guesstimate. She saw an otter (alive) under there also but it was too fast for the camera. I can only wonder how far it had to swim to find a place to come up for air. Thank you as always Ashley. Mike