posted on January 17, 2012 at 0123


This, from last week, is what happens when you have an ice storm right next to Lake Ontario:

Eerily pretty, and pretty amazing to see a car completely encased in half an inch of ice. A chunk that came off the grille had a nicely rendered casting of the Ford logo inside.

A few days later, it warms up just enough for the ice to melt, and the water runs down into the low-lying areas. Then it freezes again. And you end up with this:


It’s as smooth as a skating rink — I would have absolutely adored that as a kid.

Well…it turned out to be a lot of fun at 25, too.

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