VIDEO: Playing Ice Hockey On A Salt Water Harbor In Woods Hole… Wait, What?

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Frozen Woods Hole From Above from Brian Switzer on Vimeo.

I’m no expert on the properties of frozen water, but I’m pretty sure ice skating on a salt water harbor that rises and falls with tides controlled by the moon isn’t the best idea. In all fairness though, I guess at this point nothing really makes any frickin’ sense anymore. People are playing ice hockey eight feet away from a sailboat and I’m worried about tides? That’s like worrying about the wind chill factor in the Sahara Desert. There’s bigger fish to fry when you live in a post apocalyptic wasteland.

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  1. So Hippie, Why not just go over there, lace 'em up, and show those Woods Hoiiens how to play hookey, er hocky. Skate around a few of them and plant the puck between those two boots at the end of the rink. Wind up and put a slap shot across the bow of that sailboat. That'll slow down his day-sail. During breaks, try to catch a bluefish or a wintering over striper through the ice – that would be a Cape Cod first. Whatever you do though do not drink the water… you'll not be skating on Goodwill Park Pond.

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