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Icy scapes

Icy scapes
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Ice volcanoes/cones Ice shelves Ice shoves Frost quakes Hoarfrost Jack Frost Ice skating Ice fishing

Come venture outside in the winter — you may see some unusual ice formations.

And there are lots of winter-time activities to choose from!
Cross country skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, hockey, curling and skating …
Or, just cozy up by a roaring fire with some good food, good wine and good friends!

Ice banks at Wellington lakeshore Shove ice at Big Island (photo thanks to Jaime King) Ice volcano (ice cone) at Huyck's Point (photo thanks to Jaime King) Icy "snowballs" at Wellington beach Ice shards at Cressy lakeshore Icy winter waves at West Point Ice covered pathway at Wellington light (photos thanks to Carolin Boysen) Ice shelves at Wellington Glenora Ferry navigating the icy channel (photo thanks to Bill VanVlack) Glenora Ferry in winter (photo thanks to D Gilbert) Icy sunset at Big Island (photo thanks to Jaime King) Ice covered morning at Cressy lakeside Ice covered morning at Waring's Creek Icy morning drive (photo thanks to Jaime King) Icy rock cut at South Bay A glistening winter evening in Picton Skating on Picton Harbour (photo thanks to T Molssen) Curling on Milford Millpond (photo thanks to Bruce Dowdell) Wellington Dukes (photo thanks to The Times) Making maple ice taffy Ice fishing catch of the day Berries in ice jackets (photo thanks to Jaime King) Sunset icy view from the Outlet (photo thanks to Juanita McMahon) Ice thawing at Big Island (photo thanks to Jaime King) Ice thawing at Sandbanks (photo by Peggy deWitt) Swans at Consecon dam (photo thanks to Bill VanVlack) Wellington Harbour is the waterfowl gathering spot Cuttiing ice blocks in Picton Harbour c. 1905 Delivering ice c. 1924 Winter in Wellington c. 1900 Winter 1906 at Picton Harbour Picton Harbour 1905 S.S. Alexandria and S.S. Niagara in winter lay up, Picton harbour between 1898 and 1920


Ice and Snow

People never tell of ice
Or the snow that glitters nice
Or of the icy crunchy snow
Of that most people do not know
The crunch that sounds beneath your feet
As your sole and ice compete
When in the morning as you wake
You see a single white snow flake
You look out of the iced window
The look out seems so very low
Because the snow fell all night
It has left behind its sheet of white
poem by Helen Windass


About Anne (Bongard) VanVlack

Anne is a passionate promoter for Prince Edward County, you'll often see her around The County with camera in hand. Anne has curated the prince-edward-county.com website since 1996, having received numerous awards and recognitions for rural economic development during that time. Anne also enjoys conducting winery tours, it's a wonderful opportunity to meet visitors and to chat with local business owners. Contact Anne at [email protected]
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