The one good thing about all the snow eastern Canada saw this winter? You can build a 20-foot Olaf!
Back in February, Benoît Sabourin started building his masterpiece on a residential street in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. He estimates it’s taken him over 200 hours to create this enormous Olaf. He told Global News that he didn’t undertake this project just for fun.
“The best comments are the ones from parents that say it inspired their kids to play outside and build a snowman, because that’s essentially my goal—to inspire kids to play outside.”
What an awesome goal! Kids, parents and grandparents are lining up down the block to take a photo with Olaf. And hopefully they’ve gone home to make their own snowman.
Sabourin is planning another massive project, but he’s keeping it under wraps for the time being. May we suggest a giant Nemo? Or maybe Sebastian?
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