BREAK-UP 2005

Friday, April 29

 

Photos by Gerry Gooderham

Ogama Island, Lake Temagami

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Lots of floating ice at the landing and at least 8 boats. Everyone is still going around the west side Temagami Island.

   

APRIL 29, 2005 Cool again this morning. No winds, overcast and some more rain, but scattered. The ice shifted west, but knew I could get to the landing, and did.

It was very calm this evening and the ice was still 6- to 8-inches thick and hard in places.

Gerry Gooderham of Ogama Island, Lake Temagami

I rescued my family from civilization. You can see the ice is right up to my boathouse and it's slow going.

The white stuff is thick. It took about 45 minutes to get to the landing, normally a 10-minute run.

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