24 Hour Snow Sculpture Competition
As you may know, Feb Fest is now well underway. This evening we strolled on down to Market Square to take in the late performance by the Flying Canucks, but sadly the show did not last long, and it was over before we arrived. We decided to salvage the trip by walking around to survey the landscape, where we noticed: Beaver Tails, boards on the hockey rink, ice sculptures and the annual 24 hour Snow Sculpture Competition between Queen’s, RMC and the new-comers from St. Lawrence. The teams were hard at work transforming their huge mounds of snow into famous bridges from around the world, while our Flickr and YouTube are now showing off their preliminary efforts. It will be exciting to study the finished work tomorrow, and to see if RMC can retain their title again this year. In case the weather doesn’t cooperate over the weekend, you’d best get down to inspect the completed works before they melt away.
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I went down at noon today for the judging. I thought St. Lawrence had the best bridge by far (I may be bias since I teach them). But I took some more pictures. They hadn’t announced the winner when I left.
Wow! I heard St. Lawrence won, and it’s clear why. The other bridges suck in comparison.