After the ice breaks on the lake, and after a massive Bear Lake wind storm, mounds of thick ice form on the east side. The wind throws slab after slab of thick ice up and on top of each other. Some stopping vertical. If only I had video!
It’s like our ice version of Goblin Valley, exploring makes you curious what is around the next corner. My best guess is that these mounds are 15 feet high and spread along the shore.
I think we will make climbing the ice piles our new tradition to welcome the spring equinox and warmer days.
Good bye winter ice!