Friday, April 06, 2012

The ice on Trout Lake is slowly disappearing, but it will be a while yet before the lake is ice free. For the first time that I can remember, there are circular and oblong holes appearing in the ice. Usually the ice melts along cracks and fault lines that open up to large channels of open water, not expanding "holes" in the ice.

1 comment:

Krys and Paul said...

How interesting! I wonder which scientific principles are being demonstrated by that phenomenon?