Kettle River Ice Flow Rips the Shoreline

As the the Ketter River neared it's crest, it brought all the winter's ice with it. When the factors are just right, this 30 foot wide storm of ice rages past Sturgeon Lake and heads South. It can last for a few minutes or few hours and usually repeats for a few days. This year the first rain of Spring rapidly lifted the river causing this massive event on March 23.

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