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FRESHWATER PETIE

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Anyone get out on the north bay on bebee yet?

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I am wondering the same....Has anyone checked out Beebe? Ice conditions? Thanks in advance!

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I haven't check Beebe since early last week prior to the snow. Then it was only 2" thick. I'll try to head out there this afternoon for an update.

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A little "iffy" right now for my standards. I only walked out there about 15 yards which was 4" of snow covering 2 1/2 inches of slush covering almost 5" of ice.

Last time I was out there, before any of the snow the south and west ends were still completely open. I think the weight of the snow pushed all that water on top of the current ice. If we get a really good solid cold snap, it should be fine, but I'm going to try to keep my feet dry at this point.

Also - the north end landing wasn't plowed, so unless you have pretty good traction, it's going to be hard to get down and up again.

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