The Grenadier Pond ice is peeling back from the shoreline. A scrim of algae is painted a pretty green atop a breakaway collar of ice. There’s a great deal to be said about ice as a starting point. If there was a time when I knew that water does not achieve maximum density at its freezing point but rather at 4 degrees Celsius, it has long since left me.
A white streak scars the middle of the pond, shore to shore, as if, Zimmerman says, the wind has been pushing the ice around. The remnants of the demarcation of a shinny rink can be barely seen, soon to melt into a spring swoon. Click here to view the full article.
Who would’ve thought there would be largemouth black bass in Grenadier Pond? It’s a great time to visit High Park & watch it come back to life! Just click on the illustration above to view the video.