Sea ice on the North Shore

With the end of January in sight, the weather is still bitter cold, with sometimes an unexpected ‘mild’ day in between. I haven’t been outside much, most of the beaches are frozen solid or hard to get to, and backroads that lead out to the forest trails I enjoy are just plain inaccessible when there’s this much snow.

Yesterday I enjoyed a brief walk on Bull Creek Road to see the sea ice on the North Shore:

Something else I enjoy doing these days is finding interesting ice formations on frozen ponds and lakes:

That last shot is an aerial view of a spot in our backyard where a fox has left its tracks. We know this individual well, as it is the fox that sometimes sleeps underneath our deck.

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