It was bitterly cold and windy outside; but the perfect setting to view the ice sculptures, for the carvers to work, to drink hot cocoa and to enjoy all the other winter activities of the weekend. My favorite sculptures were the themed ones like the beer mug in front of Box Bar & Grill and the wine bottle/glass in front of Fiamma Grille. The ice ribbon chain sawing ceremony was a great opening to seeing Plymouth, a small town community, come together and continually make the Plymouth Ice Festival an event that attracts visitors from all over.
Aaron Cruz is a lover of day road trips, long distance travel, weather, geography and wine. You’ll find him checking out great restaurants, events and searching for photo opportunities in Michigan and beyond. Keep up with all of Aaron’s adventures on Twitter (@elatlboy).