Igloo number 4

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endlessride
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Igloo number 4

Post by endlessride » Thu Jan 15, 2009 1:53 pm

A 9 footer. Getting better at this game but still made a mistake. The floor was not completely level, the ramp ended up on the high side, the result was a real struggle to get the ramp side block to stick at about level 6. If we'd levelled the floor or put the ramp on the low side we think we would have avoided this. Very old, dry powdery snow.

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All the other photos can be accessed here

http://www.chaletgeorge.com/2009/01/15/igloo-number-4/

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Igloo Ed
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Re: Igloo number 4

Post by Igloo Ed » Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:54 pm

endlessride wrote:A 9 footer. Getting better at this game but still made a mistake. The floor was not completely level, the ramp ended up on the high side, the result was a real struggle to get the ramp side block to stick at about level 6. If we'd levelled the floor or put the ramp on the low side we think we would have avoided this. Very old, dry powdery snow.
All the other photos can be accessed here
http://www.chaletgeorge.com/2009/01/15/igloo-number-4/
Looks like you are having to much fun... Nice pictures and looks like a nice place. I like a room with a view.

endlessride
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Re: Igloo number 4

Post by endlessride » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:47 pm

I have made a number of visits to this Igloo over the last 6 weeks. It has lasted very well. Hardly deformed at all.

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This is a picture of how it looked from the outside after 2 weeks.

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And this one from the inside after a month.

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