First, congratulations to the North Americans’ organizing committee for finding decent ice at last. The plate has been sailed, inspected and not rejected. It’s Monty’s Bay on the New York side of Lake Champlain. Racing begins Thursday.See the INDNYRA site for details.
Here’s the Boom House. The concrete pylons used to set up the boom are still there; best to give them a wide berth.
We didn’t have time to make a fire, but it sure was nice to get in out of the wind and have a proper sit down lunch.
These calk boots are still available and are a great alternative to sheet metal screws in the sole that always fall out JORY!
But we do need to be careful when coming off the ice where we go in our spikes. Who’d of thought there was a law against it?
Mt. Kahtadin aglow while we plowed snow.
This just in from Lee Spiller: the main body of Sebago was still open yesterday. This has frozen once already, but was blown out. There’s a chance of light snow there tonight and into tomorrow, but then clear and cold all the way to Sunday. Are we about to see a Saturday on Sebago?