Share your snow creations with the Comox Valley Record
Tanja Kerr went all-out “West Coast” for her creation - an orca! ” I thought I’d attempt an orca/killer whale,” she said on her Facebook page. “I decided to call it ‘Stumpy.’ Looked like a cross between a shark and a killer whale. Too funny!” Well done, Tanja! Regula Heynck sent in this photo of a “Valentine’s Bride from Merville.” Chelsie Adam sent in this photo of a snowman her children created. Well done, kids! Keri Knierim-Brown and Katie brown built this giant of a snowman. “Meet Jerry - he is 8’10,” Keri said in her post. Suzanne Rees got very creative for Valentine’s Day, making this giant heart-shaped snowball, colouring and all! Julie Collis said “After shoveling my deck twice, I gave up and my inner child came out to play instead.” We all need playtime, Julie. Frank Holatko used the snowfall to build a Scandinavian snow lantern. Beautiful. Connie McLachlin and her husband used the Star Wars franchise as inspiration for their “Jabba the Hutt” snowman. Well done! Nicole Gavac and her children, Gabi and Sebi, made an igloo. Magen Pothier submitted this snow gnome. Well done! Carlene sent in this photo of a stylish snowman. Hope Savard sent in this great “snow dog” she built. Thanks, Hope. COVID restrictions forced the cancellation of the annual Royston Family Day Spirit Bear Swim this year, but the Spirit Bear still made an appearance, thanks to the efforts of Alicia and Gaelan, who built an awesome Snow Bear. Ronelle Ellis has a rather industrious daughter. “Our 10-year-old daughter, Brynn, made our entire family out of snow. Pets included! Brother Kaden, mom and dad, herself and the three dogs (Cookie, Tucker and Georgia) with the cat (Louie) in front.”
OK readers, let’s see what you’ve done.
We are looking for your snow creations – from snowmen, to orcas, or even a snow fort.
It’s a long weekend and there’s plenty of construction material available.
Send your picture to firstname.lastname@example.org, or share on the Facebook post, and we will add it to this collection.
Who knows? It might even appear in the paper.