It’s hard to remember another January like this one. While some around the lake are suffering from cabin fever, others are out on the ice braving frigid temperatures and howling winds. Snowmobiles, ATVs, some cars and trucks, and ice fishermen have been making the most of this winter.
Unlike last year, the lake has frozen in most areas between Kentucky Point and Eagle Point. The bubblers near the Eagle Point Marina docks keep that area open.
If you haven’t been around the lake to experience the Clark Lake version of the polar vortex for yourself, here are some photos, courtesy of Ann Swain that will help paint the picture.