Today is strangely warm for March. It's hard to know whether our non-winter this season is the result of climate change, but one thing's for certain--the fact that Lake Ontario failed to freeze over was highly unusual. Just a few miles north, however, the Rideau Lakes not only froze, but are still mostly ice covered even though our air temperatures this weekend are in the 50s and 60sF.
|Yes, this is the remains of an "ice road".|
Speaking of the spring thaw, I hope you've checked out Brooklyn Tweed's new collection of the same name.