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    Ice boating

    Looks like it's a good year for ice boating.

    "This week, the ice just north of the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge has hosted an ice-boat revival of the likes that hasn't been seen in a century. On March 1 and 2, an impromptu festival popped up on the river, with scores of people, dozens of ice boats, dogs and campfires and a brass band all on the ice. The stars of the show were two 50-foot-tall one-ton ice boats called the Jack Frost and the Rocket, which hadn't shared the ice together since the early 1900s"
    Article, with slide show:

    Anyone ever go ice boating? I got to ride in one when I was little- I remember how bumpy, windy and cold it was, but also a lot of fun.
    If it's snowin' I'm goin'

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    Bangor and the state's woodlands
    Have never ice boat. Most all the larger lakes in the NE...Winnipesaukee, Moosehead, Sebago, Mooselookmeguntic?...all can be found on web... Those are BIG boats...almost yachts on ice....

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    have a DN with a friend of mine, go whenever their is ice. sure is a lot of fun.

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