Dads, has the weather been below zero for a  IceHike2
number of days?

Bring your kids on an ice hike!

Some additional suggestions:
– Point out that they can see how thick the ice is.
– Choose a lake which is not filled with ice fishing.
– Dress warmly.
– Bring Kleenex for runny noses.
– Don’t get too freaked out by the booming sounds IceWalk
coming from the ice. You’re probably perfectly safe! Probably!

– Tell your four year old to walk on the snowy parts, it’s less slippery.


I’ll just also note in passing that apparently I’m really bad at formatting pictures on a blog post.