I had to go rescue my Ice hut for a second time on Tuesday, I had got it unstuck the week before and I had towed it on the beach at the lake, well we got warm weather and the water rose about 4 feet in a week and it reached my Hut on the shoreline, the first pictures where sent to me when I was in Sudbury last weekend, 2 person went to the lake and sent me pictures of my hut in the lake, I told them I was not home and could only go Tuesday afternoon to pull it out.
Tuesday after noon I headed out with a friend to the lake and when I got to the lake I got a big surprise, my hut had started floating and it was now on it's side, what was suppose to be an easy task of just hooking up and dragging out was now a recovery/salvage task. I put on the chest waders and walked in the lake, the waster was freezing and there was ice chunks floating around me. I managed to push the hut away from the beach and turned it sideway to the truck, it took me a while to figure out what to do, planning my recovery, after a while I had to come out and warm up as the cold icy water was getting to me. After looking at many options we decided to just hook it to the Ski that was sticking out of the water and hope the one under the water at the bottom would hook up on one the rocks under it and flip the shack up.
As you will see by the pictures my plan worked and the hut is now on dry land and safe, I don't think the water will reach it there now..... if it dose rise up to the hut well mother nature can have because I give up lol