It seems A.D.D. is not just for hyper kids and over stressed workers. This spring both Lake Superior ice and weather seem to be having trouble staying focused on one task – WARMING UP!
Admittedly it is fun watching the ice break up and then wondering who is going to end up with a giant unwanted pile of it stacked up on their shoreline. From here a west wind will push it to Saxon Harbor, a south wind will transport it to the Minnesota north shore or even Canada, a north or east wind just packs it back in here (last choice!)
The sea caves- watch- camera located along the popular stretch of sea caves off of Meyers road takes pictures of the water (or ice) conditions every daylight hour: http://wavesatseacaves.cee.wisc.edu/
It’s been fun to watch the sequence of ice break-up images out there in the very spot that hosted over 138,000 visitors this winter. And not a footprint remains.