ICE is formed when liquid water is cooled below 32 degrees F and appears in nature as snowflakes, hail, icicles, glaciers and polar ice caps.
or skated on thin ice?
Here's a joke in case you ever have to "break the ice"...
What sits on the bottom of the ICE cold Arctic Ocean and shakes?
( A nervous wreck )
Did you know that it would be possible to start a fire with ice if it was carved into a lens shape and then used to focus the sun's rays onto kindling?
Food for thought: If it was ZERO degrees yesterday, and it is twice as cold today, just how cold is it?
I am linking with Jenny's Alphabe-Thursday. Please grab her button on my sidebar and head on over there and read all the other "I" words for today.
Thanks for stopping by the farmhouse for a visit. We love having company!