Friday, February 2, 2018

Honey, I'm Home

I know someone who lived on the ice one winter behind the Memorial Union in the '80s. This isn't him.


It could be a food truck, mmm, Umami Buns.

16 comments:

  1. A picture to launch a thousand tales!

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  2. I want to know what's in that shack.

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  3. Wow, what a great food track, hope, they have a hot soup for him!

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    1. I bet it's a fishing shack, Mascha, but that would be an incredible idea.

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    1. Freezing, ha. No I think it was actually a nice day comparatively.

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  5. Hi Jade, do people actually choose to live on ice? Brrrrr, just thinking about it makes me shiver... I do hope it was a food truck as it looks a long way to the nearest food shop!

    xx

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    1. Jade, that's a new one, I kind of like it. I knew someone, let's call him Francis, that did that one winter. He was already borderline homeless and thought it was a grand idea (makes sense if you knew him). I don't think it was a food shack, but I love the idea. There are some pretty nice fishing shacks out there, spacious and heated. They zip out there on an ATV and live the dream, haha.

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  6. Fascinating image. You could write many a story around this :)

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    1. I think I'd write about Francis, the guy who spent the winter in a tent on the ice, DS.

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    1. Thanks, Robert, I never know how to shoot snow and there's soooo much of it.

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