You’d think it’d be frustrating to have to wake up for work every Sunday morning for your part time job, but when the place you work is the Ontario Science Centre, it’s hard to not have fun. Case in pictures:
Upon arriving at work one fine Sunday morning, my colleagues and I happened upon a massive pile of ice. And not just normal ice, but ice whose chunks were as large, or larger, than cinder blocks. It seems a private event at the OSC the night before had decided to discard their large block of ice to melt near a storm drain. Not to let such a icy opportunity go to waste, my co-workers and I set to building.
* I also made another inukshuk on my trip out to Prince Edward Island this summer, that covered in the local news paper.