Instructables: exploring - photos - outside - snow - featured Fri, 31 Jul 2015 04:28:08 PDT BLOX v1.01 Red neck sled phillyboys What do you do after a snow storm ? with two year old twins and no sled, Well you think do i drive to walmart and spend $50 on a plastic thing, you know will break in a few days,!! or you go into the shed with the broken wheel barrow you know you'll not fix and few pieces of lumber from the deck you...
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Sat, 5 Jan 2013 07:52:11 PST
Homemade Dogsled Henge A fun way to exercise your high-energy dogs in the winter. All you need are old ski's, a metal tube chair, and some ingenuity. Problem: I recently got a second husky dog, and needed a way to train the dogs as a team in a safe and fun way. Skijoring is an option, though I have concerns for the safet...
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Mon, 10 Dec 2012 09:44:55 PST
Boot/Glove Dryer from Exhaust Fan brianadkison I really wanted a boot/glove dryer but was unwilling to pay the $30-100+ price tag. Lucky for me I had an exhaust fan from a bathroom renovation project. I spent $11 on a bilge hose at the local big box home improvement store. I searched everywhere for a wooden box/old drawer/plastic storage bin/...
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Sun, 2 Dec 2012 17:29:02 PST
Massive Snow Fort with 3 Floors! When in doubt, duct tape! This Snow Fort was built this year in Romania. It was built by 2 guys (Me and another guy) We built this in our free periods at school. It took us 18 days of working 2-3 hours a day 5 days a week.  We had abnormal amounts of snow in romania as well as surprisingly low temperatures (-15ªC) We did no...
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Sat, 18 Feb 2012 12:28:27 PST
Mini Cooper "Snow" keano_O I aimed big, a full size mini cooper. This being a floor area of roughly 10ft x 5ft (owning a real one makes this easier to check ^_^ ). However, I soon realised this was a bit too far, so I compromised on a roughly 3/4 sized mini. With only about 10cm of snowfall I needed to transport snow from el...
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Fri, 17 Feb 2012 12:55:01 PST
Improvised Sledding Shoes Mrballeng I don’t go snow sledding all that often. But when I do, the last thing I want is cold wet feet. Instead of putting down the money for a pair of snow boots, I improvised with a $7 can of rubberized undercoating and an old pair of boots. After the day was over the coating had come off where the leathe...
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Wed, 28 Dec 2011 00:21:51 PST
Snosasaurus: A Snow Sculpture nimoz We had a mound of snow in our front yard from several blizzards and so I dug out and built a Mosasaurus (a prehistoric sea creature) for my all-things-dinosaur obsessed son.
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Tue, 8 Feb 2011 09:20:25 PST
Polar Cola Bear! mekoolu clean snow right off the plant is a perfect blank medium. but muddy dirty snow?! what do you do!  why, make a bottle icy coke of course this polar bear sits right across the snow elephant
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Mon, 7 Feb 2011 13:49:04 PST
STAR WARS IN THE SNOW mcanderson76 I LOVE building with snow! It is one of the most forgiving media I know and when it's just right you can build almost anything. On the other hand it can also be very tricky, If it's too cold nothing packs (as with the Dewback/Stormtrooper combo we were forced to create packable snow by adding the pu...
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Sun, 9 Jan 2011 21:42:29 PST
SpongeBob SquarePants Snow Sculpture in Color one-lightbulb Sorry but I have no Pics of the building process itself.  The colors I used, are watercolors. I disolved the colors in water and put it into a spray bottle. That makes it very easy to paint. The reason I used watercolor is simple, if the snow melt all the colors will be gone. You can use spray cans...
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Sun, 2 Jan 2011 08:06:16 PST
Ice Axe Camera Mount bertus52x11 As a mountaineer you always have a versatile monopod available. With the right adaptor you can use it to take pictures. A slotted PVC pipe slides on top of the head of the ice axe.
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Tue, 6 Apr 2010 08:26:57 PDT