Natures best skating rink

Local resident and photographer Carla Lewis captured this awesome photo of her son playing hockey after Burns Lake froze recently.

Local resident and photographer Carla Lewis captured this awesome photo of her son playing hockey after Burns Lake froze recently.

Local resident and photographer Carla Lewis captured this awesome photo of her son playing hockey after Burns Lake froze recently.

Local resident and photographer Carla Lewis captured this awesome photo of her son playing hockey after Burns Lake froze recently. With no snow yet the lake was a perfect skating rink. According to the Canadian Red Cross, ice thickness should be a minimum of 15 cm (6 inches)  for skating, walking or ice fishing in small groups; 20 cm (7.8 inches) for larger groups such as skating parties or games; and 25 cm (9.8 inches) for snowmobiles.

 

 

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