Dauphin Sinkhole August Update

Reid Dickie

It was the middle of June 2011 when three acres of a timothy field on the edge of the Vermillion River north of Riding Mountain National Park slid a hundred feet down creating a huge gap in the earth. Today the timothy field has been cut and baled and the grass at the bottom of the sinkhole is ripe and golden. Curious onlookers have created several paths around the site which seems to have stabilized for now. Watch my short video update of the sinkhole.

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