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He Put 500 Banana Bread Tins In The Snow. The Next Day When He Returns… Just Awesome!

When the US was recently hit by the January 2016 blizzard, many preferred to snuggle up indoors. I won’t deny that I’m one of those people who like to cozy up in thick flannel and sit by a fireplace and simply feel the warmth. But 18-year-old hockey player and student Mitch Fritz had a totally different idea in mind.

He began by buying 500 banana bread tins, filling each with different food coloring colors. He then allowed them to freeze overnight. Strong>

The next morning when the tins were frozen to ice, he removed them from the aluminium tins. It was now time to start building his cool concept strong>.

In the evenings he lit a small lamp inside the igloo which makes the entire structure light up. Mitch says he is very satisfied with the results.

15 hours later, Mitch’s original project was complete: a colorful igloo which can be lit up at night! Strong>

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“It’s kind of neat how you can use all the natural materials in different ways, whether you’re playing hockey on it or building an igloo,” Mitch told Karell 11.

Talk about a very cool result – no pun intended 😉

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Take a look at this video to see how Mitch went about building his cool igloo:

WATCH: College hockey player builds an illuminating igloo: “It’s kind of neat how you can use all the natural materials in different ways, whether you’re playing hockey on it or building an igloo” — http://kare11.tv/1ZMMUHU

Posted by NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt on Thursday, January 21, 2016

Share Mitch’s creative idea with all your friends to remind them that imagination has no limits! 🙂 strong>