A Group Of Ice Harvesters Built 'Icehenge' In The Middle Of A Frozen Lake
February 5, 2015
In the middle of Rock Lake, Wisconsin, lies "Icehenge" - a massive ice sculpture resembling England's Stonehenge.
A few years ago, five local residents got a hold of some vintage ice saws and wanted to experience what it would be like making a living as an ice harvester. After a while, they thought about building something on the lake with the 200-400 pound ice blocks they had been cutting.
Thus, the "Rock Lake Icehenge" was born.
Lake Mills Leader / Matt Gardner
But it won't last long. Once the below freezing temperatures rise and the sun comes out, Icehenge will melt away.
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