|The Deuter ACT Trail 28 SL...it's definitely a contender!|
|Trying it on...|
|Chris, me, Amber, and Jimmy|
|One of my absolute best friends ever!|
But the main reason we went downtown was to scope out as many of the ice sculptures as possible. I know we didn't see all of them (I think we missed all of the 40s), but we saw A LOT! For the most part, I'm going to let them speak for themselves with just a bit of commentary when/where warranted. Enjoy!
These are the Central Parklet ice sculptures, #1-34 and 84-86:
|This is who did my root canal two days before Christmas. |
My tooth is nowhere near this damn happy!
|Go Navy! Beat Army!|
Oh, wait...they did and this isn't a Navy ice sculpture. Oops! :)
|From further up the path, I thought this was a pineapple. DO YOU KNOW HOW EXCITED I GOT?!? Then I realized it was a bag of money for the bank. #pineapplefail #excitedfornoreason|
|Lots of ice sculptures sponsored by dentists or dental-types. Just don't chew on ice...that's how you crack your teeth!|
|Brrrr...an ice toilet!|
|This sculpture, sponsored by Shaver's Creek, was broken. Boo-hoo.|
|A skier for AO...perfect!|
|LOVE the dragon for Cozy Thai Bistro...now if I could just get Chris to go there with me...|
These are the ice sculptures that were on display at the State College Municipal Building:
|These guys were using a blow torch to melt the ice shavings from the sculpture.|
Here's one final sculpture...the 2015 sculpture. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!