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Last igloo of Winter
on Mar 17, 2012 at 3:19 p.m.
Photo by Brian Hansel. John Kempf and his sons Christos and Sebastian were joined by Leah Spilman March 1 as they built an igloo at 111 Colfax Avenue Southwest in Wadena. Kempf used an "ice box" to help him form and pack the snow blocks.
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