www.mattnova.com What a top-of-the-line ice shack looks like. Courtesy of Kurt Rutlin of Rutlin Cranberry Company in Wyeville, WI. All steel frame construction 8' wide 16' inside 12' center height 4" insulated floor Walls were foam insulated 3" thick Roof is 6" thick insulation Heat is supplied...
Midwestern Americans refuse to let brutally-cold winters keep them indoors. Instead they head out to the frozen-over lakes where holes are drilled into the several-feet thick ice to drop lines for fishing. But new decked-out shanties are making the
Alluding an Ice Shanty, the design covered in wood, aims to embody a careful relation between the place and its culture. The Great white wall, works an entry door to the city and the museum, but also as a huge white canvas, where artists can intervene.
But salted caramel ice cream ($6), ah, that was the magnum opus of the night, its frozen caramel essence touched with just the right edge of salinity. As dining options continue to increase in Allentown's arena area, Roar brings to the mix good food
Now, I hibernate during much of the winter, although I will ice fish if there is a warm ice shanty available. This has become my way of life ever since football games take over my television in December, January and even parts of February. However
"As a kid I can recall some of those old shacks and getting ice for our icebox at a place called Gilboy's in Dundee." Rich permanently moved to Chinatown from Milwaukee in the 1970s because, he said: "It's a nice area to live." He purchased a 20- by 20