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January 27, 2009


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Those sculptures look amazing. When I was younger I went to Montreal for my little brother's hockey tournament. They had massive sculptures, they even had a castle. I would have to have to watch them melt.

Dominique King

Susan-The sculptures were pretty fabulous. The moose was part of a larger grouping that included some evergreens and a large bear.
As cold as the days were that weekend (no more than 20 degrees F during the day), the sunshine created some melting problems on Saturday. The Sunday we were there, the overcast weather didn't do a lot for my photos, but it helped the carvings stay crisply frozen.

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