You can click on them to see the image full-screen, and that version can be zoomed to full resolution.
This is the Manitou, with Lemon Island in the foreground and better-known Whiskey Island further back. There’s still a lot of ice out this way, and even some pressure ridges, but overall it looks weak.
Looking south from Skead’s Landing on Matheson Bay.
From over the south end of Scotty Island, this shot looks north east. The ice road is breaking up in Smuggler’s Cove. In the middle distance are Mazies Island at the left and a chunk of Middle Island to the right. In the far distance are Bigstone Bay and Heenan Point. Bigstone is always late to thaw.
South of Hay Island, looking south east with Andrew Bay in the distance. Railroad Island is at the right edge of the frame.
Sign of spring: a water bomber (known in the industry as a tanker) doing spring training in the glassy water by the Elbow.
I’m amazed that I’ve been able to produce the Ice Patrol while not actively flying this spring, and it’s heartwarming to have all the help from contributors like Kelly and Matthew.