For sure. The girls will make one of us have tea with them in the igloo. I won't have them playing in there until I make the walls and roof thicker and more structurally stong. It was a race against time cause we had to stop early enough to shower, change, pick up our friend Bobbi (senior who doesn't drive when it snows) and drive to Floata restaurant for CNY dinner. Otherwise I would have done the "finishing" details last night (being OCD is both a blessing and a curse, lol). The entryway walls and roof were built in the last half hour, so I know that part needs to be reinforced. The main dome is thicker and stronger. But yeah, we are not going to just leave our kids alone unsupervised in their igloo.Don't leave
Thrm unattended. When my son was in scouts thry made igloos to sleep in and it caved in from rain and almost
Suffocated him. They had to dig him out.
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Thanks Mark. I kinda wish I had built one on the first day of the December snow storm, then it would have lasted 5-6 weeks around here. This time the forecast is for rain and snow over the next few days so I have to add more snow to the whole structure to compensate for any light drizzle, like we had last night.that's amazing!
here I thought I was father of the year because I built a snowman with my wee one but there ya go one uppin me
looks like it was a lot of fun mate. enjoy the white stuff while we can because it never last too long
LOL. I wish. Actually, we're going to invite some of my daughters' friends over for a playdate to have "tea parties" and such in there before the rains come. Either way, it was a fabulous weekend that will have created some lasting memories and good times for our whole family, especially for Felicia & Isabella, and that's as much as we can hope for any "snow day" project. I'll have to go out and see what last night's weather has done to the igloo.Rent out your new shelter... hmmm i heard going rates for igloos is $159/ night