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Snow sculptures with a Wyoming flavor

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 30th, 2013

Courtesy photos. "Helpin' Pa," a snow sculpture collaboration between Wheatland and Laramie residents, sits complete at the Driggs, Idaho winter festival. Mike, Diane and Michaela Haroldson helped put the masterpiece together during a three-day competition. Diane Haroldson works on "Helpin' Pa." The snow sculpture netted her team first prize as well as the people's choice award.

WHEATLAND It all started with an eight-by-eight-by-eight cube of snow. The frozen block in Driggs, Idaho weighed in at about 15,360 pounds, or 7.68 tons of snow.

It started out as a monolithic cube, but after three days, it would become a masterpiece.

Mike, Diane and Michaela Haroldson of Wheatland were three members of a five-person team to carve the gigantic mass of snow into a work of art.

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