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2 Men Drown in Icy Lake Trying to Save Dog
The Republic of Georgia, Comrade? But seriously, maybe lakes freeze differently in Georgia, but that ice doesn't look thick enough to me. In New England, it pretty much becomes opaque. What you're standing on looks as thin as paper, honest, like the frozen crust on a puddle. Someone is shown falling on it without it cracking, so that sorta proofs it. But it still looks freaky. Old timers (perhaps a couple/few hundred years ago) used lakes in winter as their trash dump. They'd haul their trash to the center of the ice. When it thawed in the spring, the trash would end up on the bottom in the middle of the lake. How else to get it all there, in a rowboat?
... your "ice" could burn!!! [:0] [:0]
I have the same methane problem!
What part of Georgia (I spent way too many years in Rabun County).
BBC News channel Tuesday, 22 December 2009Witnesses saw two men go into the [ice covered] lake to rescue a dog on Monday.
This hungry fox ended up a victim of the sub-zero temperatures when it chased a duck across an ice-covered lake - and froze to death. The scene was captured by photographer Tim Woodcock, at Ashlett Mill Pond, near Southampton, Hants
Yeah, sweet photo Maybe the start of a great collection too?
I'm keeping it in the freezer.
... about 10 percent of the bacteria in contaminated water can withstand weeks of freezing.
Modern art?Get a pedestal for it.
Self is a self-portrait cast of the artist's head made in 2006 from his own blood and then frozen.