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Found it S.Stubbe found Half Moon Lake

Thursday, January 9, 2014Wisconsin

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Was just here a few days ago. Visiting my father in the hospital nearby.

Email to be sent, along with photos. It's quite pretty when frozen too. I've done the polar plunge here before as well 2 years in a row! Burr!!!!

View from the hospital 1

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