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February 18, 2011

2.18.11 Tri Colors Snow Sculptures

This day has gone to the dogs, literally.  Ashton, Idaho had their annual winter dog sled races and I went to take some photos of all the actions.
I don't know what I was expecting.  Perhaps lots of winter folks milling about perhaps in their best winter getup.  Dogs running through the streets as the sound of  "Mush Doggies" is yelled to go faster.  Food, lots and lots of warm inviting comfort food.   Snow Sculpture mater pieces of every shape and size imaginable.
Needless I was a bit disappointed.
There were dogs running the streets but most were either being carried by their owners.
There was people but I didn't see much milling about going on.
There was food but it wasn't the carnival comfort food that I was hoping for.
And Snow Sculptures, Well here is the only entry that I could find.  Are these guys colored couch potatoes or what?
 For a small town of only 2100, I guess you can't expect miracles.  Or can you?

13 comments:

danudin2011 said...

I've seen the add, they are just pretend ones. LOL

jackscrap said...

They look right at home.

Gisele said...

those look like an evil version of the M&Ms

Patty Ann said...

Gotta love small towns. Those M&M's are just scary!!

Lois said...

It is tri colored . . . You never know what you will find on a photo walk.

Fotobloggen 2011 said...

Miracles do happen from time to time. Never seen a colorful sculpture like that or, actually, I haven't seen any sculpture at all this year and Ilive in the capital of Sweden..........

tchesney said...

This just makes me smile!

tchesney said...

This just makes me smile!

~Val said...

What fun! Love the colors.

Sunny said...

Oooo, I used to LOVE frozen M&Ms! Someone in your little town has a wonderful, artistic sense of humor!

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JobaScraps said...

I think they are cute sitting on a pink sofa next to that green wall

BobbieCoughlin said...

The are just delightfully goofy. It's good to see people having fun with winter.