Thursday, December 26, 2013

ICE: With Frosty The Snowman


Here in Orlando, Florida we have no snow, but we do have ICE every year at the Gaylord Palms. We have been going for the past few years with whatever family members are in town as a new tradition. This year my brother and my niece joined me, along with my Mom and my daughters Erin and Melissa.

 This year's theme was Frosty The Snowman!!







It's a very cold 9 degrees inside so they give you big blue parkas to wear but you have to bring your own hats, gloves, mittens and scarfs. Have the fun is just getting ready to go inside.




Of course the day we went it was 85 degrees outside so putting on all the winter gear just made you uncomfortable.




Well here we go. Just a lot of random pictures of our icy adventure. 
Everything except for the real people is made from ICE.






















Heading into the Town Square for the Ice Slides!!













And my Mom being silly.







Heading to the North Pole.














Oh No!! Frosty melted!!







Remember the rules about NOT licking the ice??
This was as close as they got.




This year they added an area where the carvers were actually creating more ice sculptors.




The end is always the Nativity made of ice.
By this point my fingers were completely frozen.





When you are on your way out and warming up they have this cute sign.



And then we get back to reality and warmer weather.
My lens fogged from going back to a warm temperature.




This is always such a fun, frigid adventure for us.

Thanks for coming along!!



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