Aaron Cyr is a handy guy who lives in Manitoba, Canada. He owns Local Oak Wood & Supply Co. where he makes all sorts of interesting wood projects. You know what else he’s really good at? He knows how to build an ice-block igloo that is absolutely stunning.
It took Aaron 25-30 hours to build, in temperatures ranging from -4F to -40F. The front opening is about 4 feet tall, which makes it easy to get in and out of. He can seat about eight people and plans to have dinner parties inside. There’s already an LED chandelier hanging from the ceiling. Can you think of a cooler place to be on a Saturday night?
Here’s the step-by-step build reposted with Aaron’s permission. Well done sir!
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