Report from E Clay from his trip to the landing with a stop at the narrows. On the south side of the narrows he checked ice depth and found decreasing results as he moved out. At about 30 ft from shore the ice thickness was down to 2 inches. This was repeated at the landing. With the south lake being frozen for 1 day short of a week this was unexpected. Another interesting observation was how far the open water at the narrows was reaching out. Clay commented, " we see this in the spring, but not this time of year". Methinks with suspended ice at the shoreline and a strong current through the narrows, it will be an interesting year for travelling on the ice.