Northwest Angle, MN is the northernmost point in the continental United States, but can only be accessed by vehicle by driving through Canada.
The town was essentially cut-off from the rest of the country when the borders closed last year.
Locals got creative and plowed a 22-mile ice road over The Lake of the Woods to reconnect the town to the rest of the state. It costs $500 for an annual pass that keeps the road opened.
Desperate times call for desperate measures when you’re a northern-Minnesotan resident cut off from the rest of society due to COVID-19. I hope that ice bridge takes a long time to melt.