Ice on a river is NEVER safe, but it sure looks lovely...
This is the Oxtongue River, looking particularly serene, seen from where our River Loop ski trail turns around.
At the base of Marsh's Falls -- a falls named for Capt. Marsh, who had both a sawmill and a boat building works located at the falls in pioneer days -- the water runs far less serenely, showing the currents at work.
Brian took the pictures. He gets gold stars for photography.