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    That looks hella fun! Was that in Alberta?
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    I love to see things like that. This year in Nashville they did a whole display of Peanuts and Charlie Brown including a slide made of ice the kids could slide down. I don't know how they mix color in the ice.
    Not nearly as pretty as yours, but thought I'd share. I was also amazed at how they made these with heat and saws. Also how much electricity it took to keep the whole building cold enough here in TN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    That looks hella fun! Was that in Alberta?
    Yes. At Lake Louise.

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    Sorry I butted in OJ. Love the pictures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by addiesue View Post
    I love to see things like that. This year in Nashville they did a whole display of Peanuts and Charlie Brown including a slide made of ice the kids could slide down. I don't know how they mix color in the ice.
    Not nearly as pretty as yours, but thought I'd share. I was also amazed at how they made these with heat and saws. Also how much electricity it took to keep the whole building cold enough here in TN.
    That's very cool. Thanks for posting the picture. I love Peanuts! I have seen lots of ice sculptures before but this was the first time I had ever seen them being made. It was fascinating. I could have watched all day if it wasn't so cold and crowded. Yes I would imagine it would be tricky to have ice sculptures on display there without melting! I am glad you got to go and enjoy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by addiesue View Post
    Sorry I butted in OJ. Love the pictures!
    No you didn't butt in at all. Please post some more if you can. I would like to see them!


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    Those were all awesome! I wish we had some sort of winter festival in Windsor ... but it's so flat and city-like here ... and the weather is unpredictable.
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    Very nice pictures!
    I've always admired those who are able to draw or sculpt and make things lifelike.
    Thanks for posting them
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