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Frozen Echo

While most of the country remains in deep-freeze, the recent cold spell here on the West Coast gave skaters and ice anglers a rare treat at Echo Lake where dozens of people enjoyed the big ice surface on Saturday. However, with the temperatures now above zero, ice conditions are likely poor and dangerous. - Amanda Doherty/Special  to the Mirror
While most of the country remains in deep-freeze, the recent cold spell here on the West Coast gave skaters and ice anglers a rare treat at Echo Lake where dozens of people enjoyed the big ice surface on Saturday. However, with the temperatures now above zero, ice conditions are likely poor and dangerous.
— image credit: Amanda Doherty/Special to the Mirror

While most of the country remains in deep-freeze, the recent cold spell here on the West Coast gave skaters and ice anglers a rare treat at Echo Lake where dozens of people enjoyed the big ice surface on Saturday.

However, with the temperatures now above zero, ice conditions are likely poor and dangerous.

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