Where There’s a Way There’s a Will

Will Tuthill is chasing the ice on its retreat to the Arctic. It was 19 degrees yesterday with a fresh breeze blowing on Lac Saint-Jean, central Quebec. The surface was cruddy, but for Will and his pals on skis and hand held wings it was excellent.

In southern Quebec, just across the border of Maine, Lac St. Francois had a bergette of black ice yesterday morning.

It appears to have formed in a cove and then the wind got a hold of it and that was the end of that.

Don’t forget the CIBC meeting next Sunday at Camp Kieve. Meeting at 11:00, pot luck lunch to follow.

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1 Response to Where There’s a Way There’s a Will

  1. ktuthill@verizon.net says:

    Hi Bill! Lac St. Jean was awesome- I planned the entire trip, and booked that awesome Air BnB right on the Lake in St. Gedeon. It was so much fun to get out there and enjoy one last blast of winter along with our friend Ben Tremblay who owns the “Conceptair” kite Co. Our girls were right there along with us enjoying the cold winter atmosphere! Cheers, Kim

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