Snowman in Ohio ‘defies gravity’
WESTLAKE, Ohio (CNN) – A family in the Westlake got more than their money’s worth from a snowman they built the day after Christmas.
The original family photo was taken with the festive snowman on Dec. 26.
Then, according to CNN iReporter Jane Wise, for more than a week the six-foot snowman slowly started melting and leaning to one side as if to take an extended bow.
Day after day, the flexible friend of Frosty continued to bend, but he never broke.
On day 10, still donning his scarf, the snowman’s slow journey down ended when his head touched the ground, but his body still intact.
The pictures were later submitted to CNN for the rest of the world to enjoy.
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