70 years ago tomorrow marks one of the greatest tragedies to strike the upper Mississippi valley. The great Armistice Day storm of 1940. Many duckhunters lost their lives on a day that started out as shirt sleeve whether and turned into a raging blizzard. By all accounts the ducks flew like crazy and folks stayed out till it was too late. Folks hid under their boats and burned their decoys in an attempt to stay warm. Some walked out the next day across ice that was raging water the day before. Here's too all who hunt and fish and may they all return safely from their outings.