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TommyJ33

Minnetonka ICE!

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I awoke to a pleasant surprise this morning. Ice completely covers Harrison's Bay, Black and Seton. Not sure about the other little bays like North Arm, Stubbs, Maxwell etc.

The main lake is wide open still and weeks out I am sure.

Just thought I would give some of you an update.

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anyone going to try and get out today or tomorrow? I'd imagine that you can still get out at grays.

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Thanks. Hope to get out in the boat on Tonka at least twice more before tucking her away for the winter; hopefully there will be access.

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When do you plan on going calvinist? Is that your email below your post?

Maybe I can meet you out there.

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When do you plan on going calvinist? Is that your email below your post?

Maybe I can meet you out there.


You can give me a call. I might get out there for a couple hours saturday night. 763-237-3358

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When do you plan on going calvinist? Is that your email below your post?

Maybe I can meet you out there.


that You can give me a call. I might get out there for a couple hours saturday night. 763-237-3358


Oops, Mada a mistake...Wrong area code!!! 952-237-3358 Sorry about Vike crazy.gif

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We have also got Ice on Lotus lake in Chanhassen - Walk-able Ice is not far away!!!

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