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Monday, February 15, 2021

Skating on the Cuyahoga and Poopin on the Lake — How Cleveland's Enjoying the Frozen Tundra

Posted By on Mon, Feb 15, 2021 at 3:56 PM

With the weather weathering pretty weather-like this winter, there's plenty of ice coverage in Northeast Ohio, which isn't super rare but infrequent enough that folks are taking advantage of the opportunity to do a few things they otherwise can't.

Like skating on the Cuyahoga River:

Of course, our animal friends look to be feeling similar tundra awakenings, as this video of a coyote dropping a deuce on Lake Erie, filmed by the eagle-eyed Bill Squire, shows:

Anyway, be safe out there.

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