More March sea ice

March continues with its cycle of thawing and refreezing, bringing muddy trails one day and solid frozen ones the next. Rubber boots are indispensable when you’re out and about on Prince Edward Island:

Muddy trail above and a frozen road below:

The highlight of March is still the sea ice, it comes and goes with the wind, this week we finally had ice in Souris and in other places it hadn’t been before:

Sea ice at Red Point Provincial Park:

And sea ice at Basin Head Provincial Park:

Categories:

Beaches, Weather

2 Comments

It’s something else isn’t it, that white horizon. Today the wind blew it all off-shore again, and we’ve got a bit more snow on the way before spring-like weather shows up. I don’t mind though, it keeps the mud frozen.

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