Couple lost while ice fishing in Canada toughs out the night, turns up in Minn.

  • Article by: Paul Walsh , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 28, 2014 - 9:39 AM

The man and woman built a fire and unknowingly crossed into U.S. on their snowmobile before finding help.

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mpls80210Jan. 28, 14 9:52 AM

Sounds like this couple had some backcountry training.

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greatxJan. 28, 1410:17 AM

No Customs drone looking for them? No TSA checkpoint to go thru and get molested?

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JayJan. 28, 1411:51 AM

Lighters save lives.

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gplantingJan. 28, 1411:56 AM

With a GPS and good batteries, they never would have gotten lost to begin with.

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youcankeepitJan. 28, 1412:07 PM

gplanting, Or if they had wings, they could have flown home. I'm sure someone who posts a comment like yours has never ever made a mistake. You sir, are flawless!

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DanteJan. 28, 1412:53 PM

Another man who refused to ask directions.

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deneencJan. 28, 14 1:10 PM

If the GPS was a smart phone, we learned yesterday they don't work when it is below zero.

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Kathy_BrandtJan. 28, 14 1:48 PM

Guess they decided they couldn't take another Canadian winter!

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fatredneckJan. 28, 14 1:50 PM

Ummm, did I miss something at the end of the article? They ended up in Roseville, MN? Should that be Roseau? Just curious.

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fatredneckJan. 28, 14 1:52 PM

I'm an idiot. Rosevelt, MN, not Roseville. Must be the cold.

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