Updated: Mar 20, 2019
If I lived in Iceland perhaps my statement could be taken literally. I live in Ontario, so my rink does melt every year.
But I have spent 12 years perfecting an "old school" ice rink with my neighbour. Old school because we start with a snow base in the park. Then we build up layers when the temperature hits about -20 degrees Celsius.
Every year this project takes hours of prep, watering, fussing, and long nights to create our ice surface. When it's ready, the kids pile on, and the fun begins.
But this year we tried a new approach to the preparation, and it was a game changer.
If your project needs a new approach, then we are ready to suggest the game-changing idea to make it happen.