bradblog.ca: Wrapping up winter with Spring. What the snow and ice conditions look like north of Peterborough

Just north of Peterborough, in the township of North Kawartha I took to the road to scout out the ice and snow conditions in the area. I have seen a lot of snowmobiles on trailers and trucks in the area so I thought I would check out the conditions of Eels Creek, Long Lake and Long Lake Road.

Eels Creek is low and I am hoping it stays that way. If you look at picture 3 you will see the ice shelf that is normal height. Usually at this time of year it is 3-4 feet higher then the normal height.

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Long Lake Ice seems solid and still well traveled. No signs of stress at all.

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Water courses in the bush are starting to move, especially in the swamps.

 

Still lots of snow in the bush but I am wondering compared to last year if the amount is even close. Should be much more. Is dryness and wildfires going to be a problem this year? Time will tell.

 

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