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The only tool really needed for this project is a shovel. Mine looked like this. Its short enough to dig tunnels easily and wide enough to get efficie...
To make an awesome fort in little time, always choose the biggest snowbank you can find! That way, if you need any snow, its right there! Begin by sho...
Keep building up the walls, and tunnel an entrance through a snow bank. Winters are usually pretty windy where I am, so the taller the walls, facing t...
Over a short time, I built the outer wall even higher. Its about ten to twelve feet here on the inside.
I originally had a chimney that kept the whole fort very warm with a fire to the right of the tree. The cool part about having a fire in the fort is t...
The best way to enjoy your fort is to have friends over for snowball fights, fires inside it, and building it. With friends, the project becomes so mu...
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