Posted at 1:50 PM on March 25, 2008
by Julia Schrenkler
Beryl Singleton Bissell, an author and frequent contributor to Minnesota Life, MPR's discussion group on Gather.com, shared some notes about Lake Superior ice:
"It doesn't matter how often one visits the North Shore, the experience of viewing the entire expanse of the lake covered in ice doesn't happen often. We moved here in 1998 and although every winter a skin of ice forms on the lake it usually comes and goes within hours."
She caught two amazing (and amazingly blue) pictures of the ice and included them in her article.