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A little gem of the Yukon

JayDeeHobbit

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That's awesome! :thumb:

The ice is so black.
Doesn't look much like the pond hockey days of my youth though. lol
 

Shadowmeph

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Nice, are you using a helmet cam?
I miss the days when I was able to go down to cloverdale and go ice skating on some farmers frozen field in the winter
 

gingerbee

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wicked. ice only goes smoke because of air in it this being called windy arm i bet there alot of wind or at least bubble keep air bubbles outta the water hence the wicked clear ice thanks thats crazy cool
 

bainne

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Nice, are you using a helmet cam?
I miss the days when I was able to go down to cloverdale and go ice skating on some farmers frozen field in the winter
Haven't seen frozen ponds/lakes in Southern BC since I was a wee gaffer, so 20+ years :sad:
Pond hockey was definitely one of the better memories of childhood; will always remember a buddy chasing after a puck into some cat tails at the edge - all of a sudden "SPLOOSH" :haha:
 

supaflyx3

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This reminds me of when i lived on a lake in the cariboo, would get down to around -30 and i would build a skating rink on the lake in my back yard.
 

SKYMTL

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That is just stunning. It looks like they are skating on water, not ice.
 

FlyingFish

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Wow. That ice looks fantastic. Makes me want to drive out the Kootenays to skate on a lake somewhere.
 
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