The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

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Every year since 1961 family the Veals (Veal) from Indianapolis, United States, celebrating Christmas, pitching near his home, a giant "ice tree". This glorious tradition has led to the fact that the Ice tree Veals is now considered a seasonal tourist attraction.

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

If making snowmen already tired and you are looking for something more original, let's see how fun these people are.

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

Yes, a lot of work — no joke, so much snow to coach, fill with water, and then another, and paint! But working together brings us together and it's fun.

To create his sculptures Forks never use live trees, but individual branches or the carcasses from wooden frames, but the name "ice tree" appeared for a long time and it kind of stuck.

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

Ice tree Veals grows every year, and every year it is different.

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

Of course, it always attracts attention — a cool thing!

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

The family builds a house next to a huge ice sculpture every Christmas

Keywords: Ice | Christmas | Family | Sculpture

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