Snowbowl sculpture pulled from Ham Lake

Ham Lake resident David Estrada two years ago designed and built an eight-foot tall steel sculpture to signify the Ham Lake Snowbowl event.

Steve Topitzhofer and Jesse Groen haul the steel sculpture away from the lake. Submitted photo

Steve Topitzhofer and Jesse Groen haul the steel sculpture away from the lake. Submitted photo

The sculpture remains on the lake in a shallow area afterwards until it breaks through the melting ice.

It fell through at 2:30 p.m. March 30. The person who is closest to guessing what day and time it will fall through the ice wins $500.


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