Zeb the Duck here with more from North Pole, Alaska. Last time we showed you Santa’s house. Well, behind Santa’s house, near the reindeer herd, is a Christmas in Ice park.
These ice sculptures have been here since mid December, without melting. The ice does have new snow, some added almost every day. Santa’s reindeer are pulling the sleigh here.
We also liked this one, but we are not really sure what it is. Maybe a present with a bow.
Same here, but again, we like it. An elf?
This appears to be an ice sculpture of a globe, with a picture inside. We appreciated the added colors. Zeb and Eider joined this family, maybe heading for outdoor fun.
A moose of ice provided a resting place for Zeb and Eider Duck.
This bear continues guarding an igloo.
An igloo? Let’s go inside. Zeb and Eider like this igloo.
Did you know, people in Alaska do not live in igloos. But sometimes it makes a good story. Here we go. Zeb and Eider gliding on ice.
You might correctly guess that after sitting on all that ice, I, Zeb the Duck and cousin Eider Duck are getting cold feathers. We told mom and her friend that we wanted to sit in Santa’s chair.
And that was enough ice for today. We loved seeing the ice sculptures and we are happy that nothing melted or fell down in this ice park. The winters here can really be cold. We have another Alaskan adventure to show you next time.
Absolutely wonderful post. Thank you.
Thanks! We loved seeing the ice sculptures. Amazing to us that they last more than 2 months. Thanks for reading and commenting.
What a fun place to visit!
It was fun and interesting. And cold! Thanks for reading and commenting.
Love that Moose chair!
The moose chair was one of our favorites–but cold. Thanks for reading and commenting.
Santa would soon have a cold wet bottom in that chair. 🙂
Very true. We couldn’t sit there very long. Cold feathers! Thanks for reading and commenting.