|Date of Sighting: 04/11/2013||Latitude: 44.1906||Longitude: -88.5238|
|Town: Neenah||State/Province: WI||Country:|
"With a sudden fury, the mighty waters of Lake Winnebago shed their winter-long cradle of ice this week in a dance with Mother Nature that lasted for several days."
"A week-long series of storms, each bringing winds in a different direction, ripped at the surface of the lake, shattering the weakening ice and driving it ashore in massive piles that reached more than 20 feet high in places."
Read the whole article, with a great description, and view a short video, courtesy of the Appleton Post Crescent as seen in Robert Zimmer's Outdoors column.
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