Apparently, there's not much to do during Minnesota winters (I kid), because Roger Hanson has been making gigantic ice castles in his spare time. Seriously, they're ginormous. We're talking 65 feet high and 85 feet long humungous beasts of man made nature. How does he do it?
The Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in Harbin, Heilongjiang China is set to open on January 5, 2011. It's a winter wonderland with buildings made from beautiful ice and snow and the scale is amazing:
Who says Canada sucks for gadgets? Oh, wait. Well, Ottawa's Winterlude festival includes this huge icy BlackBerry (Curve 8900?), showing hometown hero RIM's contribution to the gadget world. Way to represent, eh? [thanks, Ryan!]
I see my first ice sculpture of the day, and it's not at a buffet.