The Bartz Brothers’ Snow Sculpture Unveiled

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The Snow Sculpture was officially finished and unveiled to the public with lights and all at 4:00 on January 7.

Want to see what they created?

  • A Massive Sea Turtle Made of Snow
  • Snow Sea Turtle: Look at the detail
  • Snow Sculpture UnveiledBartz Brother's Snow Sea Turtle Unveiled
  • Beautiful Snow Sea Turtle

 


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Gianna Kordatzky

I am married to the craziest, most awesome man I know. We have four kids–Ranging in ages from 5-10. You can learn more about my life as a mother and wife at www.giannaraekordatzky.blogspot.com .

I love to throw parties and be with friends. I love to read my Bible and grow closer to God. I love to eat and exercise. I have learned to love coffee.
And I could really use a nap.

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  • I understand you created this sculpture for an upcoming trip to the far east. However, Minnesota is the land of many American Indian tribes and have a Box Turtle clan! Would have loved to see a Box Turtle! Great job though :-)!

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