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: Yoop sandshoeing
: Model97 January 15, 2019, 10:01:09 PM
Whrilwind Yoop trip this weekend.  Houghton area: i think the tech students are gonna struggle with their winter carnival ice sculptures given the piddly amount of snow.  There was a little more up the Keweenaw.   We "snowshoed" Whitefish Point (The Plover Police go away in the winter) and walked over exposed rock and sand. 
: Re: Yoop sandshoeing
: rbinhood January 16, 2019, 09:58:28 PM
We are 10" behind where we were with snow at this time last year. 5" now vs. 15" a year ago.
OTOH, conditions are great for traveling over most of the lakes around here, which have an inch or two of snow at best, and no slush.
: Re: Yoop sandshoeing
: troutfisher! January 17, 2019, 02:59:00 PM
Central UP has a good amount on the ground... 14" where I go fishing in the Hiawatha NF.  Drill a hole, enjoy the slush.