Zionsville parents were busy last week clearing snow and trying to figure out activities for their children after school was canceled for the week.
After spending several hours Sunday, Jan. 5, cleaning off the sidewalks around his and his neighbors' houses, Michael Williams and neighbor Sean Walsh decided to build an igloo.
"We were just like, 'It's freezing cold; there's a ton of snow; we're 40 years old, and we've never built an igloo before. Let's do it,'" Williams said.
He said it took them between five and six hours to build the igloo, which holds between five and seven adults.
"It started as a fun day for the kids," said neighbor Amanda Walsh. "Then it became determination for the adults to get it done."
See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.