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A long time ago, I was a child. (I started out as Cathy First from Colon, Mi.) For the past several years I’ve been an adult. A lot of things went on between those two stages of life; probably no more or no less than anyone elses. My husband and I moved to “da U .P” from southern Lower Michigan several years ago (yes we were trolls at one time). We owned and operated and operate Clementz’s Northcountry Campground and Cabins just north of Newberry, Michigan until May 2015. We have grown kids and grandkids (who all live downstate). My passion is life and all that Nature has to offer us and trying to photograph it in unique ways. Our intention in life is to see all that Nature has to offer us. We hope that you will be a part of our adventures as we cruise through our lives together. Come back often!

Saturday, January 13, 2007

YOU WERE LUCKY THIS TIME

Snowmobile goes through ice at Lower Island Lake
By SooToday.com StaffSooToday.comFriday, January 12, 2007

Heyden, Ont. - Sault Ste. Marie OPP were called to Lower Island Lake in Heyden yesterday after receiving a report of a snow machine going through the ice.

At about 2:30 p.m. yesterday afternoon two people entered Lower Island Lake on a snow machine from the Old Mill Road area in Heyden.

The machine got about 25 feet from shore when it broke through what little ice was there and sunk to the bottom.

Fortunately for the two people on the machine, they were only in water about four feet deep.
Both riders got wet but managed to make it to shore and to shelter without any serious affects of hypothermia.

The driver of the machine is making arrangements to get the machine out of the lake. No charges were laid in this investigation.
Snowmobile safety organizations recommend that you have at least five to six inches of hard solid ice before you venture onto any lake, pond or river.

Stay away from areas where creeks, rivers and ditches flow into the lakes.

If you can see open areas of ice on the lake stay well away from that area.

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