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Holy Cool – A Snow Bar!

by Prince Of Petworth February 8, 2010 at 9:04 pm 13 Comments

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I didn’t think it could get better than an igloo (see below) but a reader writes:

“I just thought I would share a few pictures from up north in Silver Spring Saturday evening. My husband and our neighbors decided to forgo the traditional snow fort in favor of a snow bar. It wasn’t long before we had about 20 neighbors and friends of friends showing up to enjoy the crisp snowy evening. It’s a rare occasion when our city-friends are jealous of a night in Silver Spring and this was certainly the night!”

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  • MK

    I just love it.

  • I love DC.

  • anonymous

    !) What’s the address
    2) Will there be another on tue/wed
    3) Are DC applicants
    4) Is anyone single

  • La Niña

    Can I come tomorrow night? looks so awesome!

  • La Niña

    this is so cool! loving it!

  • you folks are great talk about making the best of abad sittuationmaybe will se these popping up in D.C. now…i hope thanks for the idea!

  • pia

    Thanks for posting! The Snow Bar has been getting quite a bit of use the past few days…we’re considering building annex tomorrow!

  • Zuckerman

    I normally am the biggest prick on this blog. In fact, I detest just about every single post on this blog. However, this is just too cool. Bravo!

    • Alana

      And might we Silver Spring penguins (the city mascot, if you didn’t know) be the first to congratulate you on your prick-free reply! If the Metro’s running, you should c’mon up and have a few more break-throughs.

  • Anonymous

    How’s your Spring Training fund raising coming along?

  • Petworth Newbie

    Awesomeness

  • Tim

    I saw a similar, though smaller, bar on Connecticut at Rodman – the Rodman St. Bar. It served some hot drinks as well as vodka with an option to have it mixed with elderberry juice. It was excellent. Every time I walk past it I wish the women who set it up were still there.

  • Billy

    you guys are awesome

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