16 February 2009

Snow Olmec Head

Cody and Maggie found another disgusting snow creature here in beautiful Provo. Tonight we took a field trip to pay homage.





Okay, maybe it's not actually that disgusting...except for it's nasty, long tongue.





And its nostrils.





And its deep ear canals.





Maggie and Cody felt the need to take "prom" pictures next to it.





Which inspired Anne and me to follow suit.





We didn't slip like Maggie, but our "prom" picture was probably a little dorkier.





Thanks be to the creator of this snow behemoth for some great Sunday night entertainment/lifelong memories.

11 comments:

Maggie said...

If I could think of one word to describe tonight I would say...SUCCESS!!!

Shirley Hale said...

Where is this one at? It's definitely cool. It's crazy to me that people have time to do this!

Michael said...

It's just North of the Provo Temple. Don't ask me how to get back there.

Missy said...

That's pretty cool. I like novelties like giant snow heads that stick their tongues out at me. The next time I build a regular old snowman, I'm gonna feel boring.

Crowther said...

LOL thats awesome. Someone spent a lot of time making that hideous thing. Those Provo-ites or Providians yes I think that flows better. :)

Grandma Hand said...

Wow you do manage to find the unusual down in the land of Provo-ites.

Strawboat said...

I don't know...if you're shooting for prom pictures you might want the snow...thing sitting ominously behind you instead off to the side. Cause if there's like a castle or something, you usually don't stand next to it right? tsk tsk...

Michael said...

He was coming along as a third wheel.

Robyn said...

That is so funny! It makes me wish for one more big snowfall this year so we can build a giant head in the front yard. Will you come be the master designer?

Becky Glover said...

Wow someone has some serious creative juices and also some serious time on his/her hands. We're lucky to get three huge balls of snow to stay on top of each other to create a snowman the old fashioned way - that's pretty cool!

Diane said...

Never a dull moment!