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Monday, March 24, 2014

Cold Cakes

Cold cakes. As opposed to hot cakes- round flat things made hot on a griddle, and good with maple syrup.

Today the Muskegon River was serving up cold cakes- round flat things made cold by a never-ending winter.

You can't tell in a still photo, but they were being served up fast. Anyone who went in that water today would have a low probability of coming out alive. Big, fast, cold water.

Muskegon River

Ready? Here come some cold cakes. The last one has powdered sugar.

ice on the Muskegon River

ice on the Muskegon River

See Lake and River
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Ratty said...

It may not seem so good to those of you who have it, but I kind of miss the snow and ice. All of our rivers here have now thawed, and the snow has been almost nonexistent.

Ann said...

I've got the shivers just from looking at that water

Secondary Roads said...

Not only are the pix great, but the description makes it even better. Viva the imagination.

RNSANE said...

I can't imagine being in water like that, even in a wet suit. My girlfriend in Alaska does a Polar Bear swim with a club of hers as a fundraiser...brrrrr.

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