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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

3/16/11 Snowmobile Trail Along the Kenduskaeg

A gray dreary day with rain forecast so we stayed close to home and did a 2 hour walk on the trail along the Kenduskaeg Stream. The ice is breaking up in the stream and there was also water running across the trail in places and some mud. Kelley was happy to be out and managed to get into a fair amount of the mud and water. The rain held off until just as we were ending our walk.


  1. I'm sorry to hear about your water problem at the house. Hope that gets resolved quickly. Glad to hear that you are once again out on the trails with Kelley. The picture of the ice breaking up on the stream reminds me of the St. Clair river (near Port Huron, MI) in spring.

  2. Hi

    Supposed to put down new carpet today. Then begins the process of moving stuff back into the house--way to many books. I remember the ice in Port Huron


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