BEWARE: Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Try To Run Over A Kentucky Snowman-SNOW REALLY
Even though the snow is gone from the holidays we are at the beginning of winter and who SNOWS when more will be on the way? Last year a Kentucky driver learn a very good lesson from a snowman.
THE FUN OF BUILDING A SNOWMAN
At least one time in most people's lives they experience building a snowman. Growing up we loved to build them in a way we knew they would last the longest. We would pack the snow tight which helped to let them stay a little bit longer. Another thing we would do is get a spray bottle and spray it down with water to create ice which took longer to melt.
How to make your snowman last longer:
KENTUCKY FAMILY BUILDS STRONGEST SNOWMAN EVER
Cory Lutz of Northern Kentucky and his fiancee who was visiting from Mississippi in 2019 decided to feel the time with lots of fun activities including building a snowman. While she was visiting it snowed and it was the most she had ever seen.
They had a stump in the front yard and decided to use it as a base. The snowman towered to 9 feet tall and include all the necessary snowman gear; a hat, buttons, and stick hands.
Apparently, not everyone is a fan of a big giant snowman, and here's what fox2news reported;
He came home Monday to find a set of tire tracks in his yard that abruptly ended at the base of the snowman. The stump was exposed and featured a snowy imprint of the bumper, which came to a sudden stop when it slammed into the massive stump just beneath the snow.
I guess it's true what momma used to say "you reap what you SNOW!" Next time you see a snowman and have the inclination to knock it over or plow it down you better thing twice.