Date: 04/11/2019

This notice in the Village Soup of the Courier Gazette and Camden Herald : "Suddenly, it seemed, the dull grey lake surface became a twinkling tapestry made by the bright sunlight reflecting off tiny waves on the open water. Now, it isn’t exactly instantaneous, but ice-out really happens quite quickly, and unless I just stare at the lake surface, I miss it. This year ice-out was Thursday, April 11. That’s around usual. The big winds may have helped it come a little earlier than usual, but "usual" is a range, not a date so, well, it’s complicated."

Camden, ME

Latitude: 44.3 Longitude: -69.4

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