When a historic snowstorm hit the eastern seaboard of the United States years ago I made these in the snow which was extremely deep.
Mainly I was having fun exploring the snowy landscape in snow which was hip deep. Needless to say I wasn’t outside long.
Overall I had a good time and I would definitely do it again.
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