To most of us, icicles grow naturally, usually off the roofs of poorly insulated houses. But at Utah-based Ice Castles, man-made icicle farms are growing 15,000 icicles a day. ow else do you think giant ice palaces get built? Welcome to the world of icicle farming.
Everyone's favorite vaguely Eastern European slingshot enthusiast is back again to endanger both himself and the people he loves. Except this time, Joerg is flinging ice—because winter is coming.
Sure, it's Summer now, but in a few months some of us will be dodging falling icicles again (especially Chicago come Spring). If it's a concern at your house, this heated gutter-guard melts icicles and snow quicker than most.