Sunday, January 11, 2015

Family! (and ice fishing!)

Guys.  Baby alert.  (no, not mine)

Ice fishing on Woman Lake!

Bubbles in ice on lakes come from seaweed photosynthesizing and producing oxygen like they do...but with specific conditions, the top of the lake becomes cold enough to freeze, and the oxygen gets trapped in the ice!

I tried to explain that licking the ice was not a good idea, but they weren't really listening to me.  Ha.

Rocking the MIT BE hat.

Requirements for ice fishing: hat, gloves, jacket, snow pants, boots (preferably with crampons to help you walk on the ice), and a chilled adult beverage in a red solo cup. 

Decked out in our holiday finery!

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