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Location: Springer's Wharf
Sunday, January 26, 2009

First iceboats of the season hit East Sandusky Bay. Ice reported to be about 18" thick. Recent thaw has melted down most snow, for sailable ice with lumpy areas.

Earlier in the season, Christmas day had showed a promising glassy plate that was soon covered with 8" of snow.

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click to see Ryan Kyle's refurbed ride

left - John Stauffer walks the Green Arrow in during a lull. The wind reportedly picked up in the afternoon for some wild rides.

Sunday morning, March 4, 2007
Ramp has been lowered for access. Recent rain has significantly
improved ice surface. Sailing Basin ice reported to be "like glass."
Ice DN5048 w/ Cedar Point coasters in background
Brian Parker of Media, Ohio, accelerates after rounding weather mark.   (photo courtesy Gary Packan)

Dick Parker prepsDN4738
Dick Parker of Medina
preps DN4738
Brian Parker on DN5048
Brian Parker of North
Olmstead launches his DN
AVI movie 1
AVI movie 2

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