Product: Snow: Shape
Easy Snow Fort   (0)  [vote for, against]
Saves hours of time, and snow!

A rubber piece (made out of the same kind of rubber shoe soles are made out of) would be placed where ever you wanted a snowfort. From the side view, it'd look like 2 walls connected by a rounded piece at the top. Making sort of a thin arc shape at the top. Simply pack an inch or two of snow all over it. Presto, instant snow-wall! To make a fort, have four of them together, or buy the special for edition (it'd be higher, and a bit thicker).
-- friendless-person, Dec 16 2003

Shoot Ice, kbecker http://www.geocitie...ay/1928/pykrete.htm
What happens when you shoot ice? [swamilad, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 06 2004]

Come on, that's not a snow-fort, just a snow-covered rubber fort.

How about you pack the snow into it, using it like a mould. Then you've only got to buy one.
-- yamahito, Dec 16 2003

is a snow fort like a sandcastle but with snow?
-- po, Dec 16 2003

This snowfort might be good at preventing snowball-transmitted diseases.
-- bungston, Dec 16 2003

<oblig> Letsbuild! </oblig>

So you're proposing a rubber snow fort substructure? I like Yama's idea of making a giant mold then having THAT as your snow fortress building block. Besides, half the fun is having to franticaly rebuild it as bits are chipped away by incoming fire, and the hordes of enemies storming the gates. The Snow Bastion, indeed.
-- Letsbuildafort, Dec 16 2003

Fill it with water. You get immediate protection against snowballs. After a cold night it is even bullet proof.
-- kbecker, Dec 16 2003

//But, will it stop a Milan 66mm rocket?// Don't know, do the kids in your neighborhood have those? Christmas presents?
-- kbecker, Dec 17 2003

Sorry to bring up pykrete, but I did learn of it here. Really I'm just using this (link) because it talks about plain old ice. kbecker, I just don't want you to use ice as a bulletproof structure. You could be hurt.
-- swamilad, Dec 17 2003

Sp: fart
-- thumbwax, Dec 17 2003

//Not in my neighbourhood, but they may have them in the Southern states.//

Excpet the Southern states are a bit lacking in the basic materials required to build a *snow* fort.

Maybe a sand fort?
-- GenYus, Dec 19 2003

We get snow in Amarillo, TX ... AND in Norman, OK.
-- Letsbuildafort, Dec 19 2003

I've never been to Oklahoma, but they have a lot of nice horses there...

Norman (in California)
-- normzone, Dec 19 2003

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