Plymouth Ice Spectacular Michigan

Today Sunday is the last day for the Plymouth Ice Spectacular in Michigan.  Yesterday was a beautiful day to stroll thru Kellogg Park and look at the ice sculptures, But it is a little rainy today.

The weather was a little warm yesterday so the sculptures were cloudy and cracked looking though the newly carved ones looked great.

There were a lot of people out at 10 am in the morning and I am sure downtown Plymouth was packed later in the afternoon and at night.

 

There were carved fishes, squirrels, snowboarders, skaters and much more.

 

Dog sleds.  This year they didn’t have many huge ice carvings as they have had in the past.  But they had more carvings than they have had.  Sure the ice wasn’t the best because of the warmer weather, but it was fun trying to figure out what the carving was.

 

If you have nothing to do tomorrow come on down to Plymouth Michigan and enjoy the festival.  There are a few arts and crafts booths.  And lots of restaurants and bars to get some great food and drink and to   warm up.  Or you can do a little shopping in all the unique mom and pop stores.  Buy local and support people who live in the area.

I hope you have a great time.           Russ Ravary your local real estate agent

Tomorrow Sunday is the last day for the Plymouth Ice Festival in Wayne County Michigan.  It was a beautiful day to stroll thru Kellogg Park and look at the ice sculptures.

The weather was a little warm yesterday so the sculptures were cloudy and cracked looking though the newly carved ones looked great.

There were a lot of people out at 10 am in the morning and I am sure downtown Plymouth was packed later in the afternoon and at night.

 

There were carved fishes, squirrels, snowboarders, skaters and much more.

Dog sleds.  This year they didn’t have many huge ice carvings as they have had in the past.  But they had more carvings than they have had.  Sure the ice wasn’t the best because of the warmer weather, but it was fun trying to figure out what the carving was.

 

If you have nothing to do tomorrow come on down to Plymouth Michigan and enjoy the festival.  There are a few arts and crafts booths.  And lots of restaurants and bars to get some great food and drink and to   warm up.  Or you can do a little shopping in all the unique mom and pop stores.  Buy local and support people who live in the area.

I hope you have a great time.           Russ Ravary your local real estate agent

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