Monday, February 1, 2016

Long Lake's Own Ice Road

Wikipedia says, "Ice roads (ice crossings, ice bridges) are frozen, human-made pathways on the surface of bays, rivers, lakes, or seas in polar regions. They link dry land, frozen waterways, portages and winter roads, and are usually remade each winter. Ice roads allow temporary transport to areas with no permanent road access."

Not to be outdone by the "Alaska Ice Road Truckers" TV show, Long Lake has an ice road, too!  Made by an unknown person, it is located along Chippewa Loop and north towards New Frontier.  

Photo by Sharon Natzel, 1/30/2016

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