On Monday I treated myself to a walk on the lakefront. "Treated," because going for a walk is a major operation these days, involving long underwear, serious snow boots (thank you, L.L.Bean!), a balaclava-type hat (otherwise your face freezes), and fingerless gloves for taking photos. I was amply rewarded: fresh air, no one around except me, and wide open white space!
What looks like open water in the photo above is also solid ice.
Shelf ice along the shore
The city has given up on plowing the lakefront path, at least the one that winds around Promontory Point.
PS: Can you tell I have a blogging deficit from my time at VCCA?