About 25 individuals worked to make the world’s largest domed igloo in an attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Records. Paul Steckert and 25 of his friends had built ‘The Bigloo’- laid out like the traditional Inuit shelter- measuring 27 feet, 4 inches (8.3 metres) wide and 17 feet , 6 inches (5.3 metres) high, according to a qualified surveyor – setting the new world record for the largest Igloo. Currently the record is held by some folks in Canada with an inner diameter of 25 ft 9 in.
Until the Guinness judges can determine whether or not the Bigloo breaks the current record the exact location of the Bigloo is being kept from the general public for obvious reasons.The Bigloo 2010 is being constructed near Green Bay, Wisconsin in the USA.
Guest blogging time is fast approaching once again. Our Guest blogger for March is Nathan Pralle from PhilosYphia. Nathan freely admits on his site to having concentration issues but assures his readers his guest post will be ready on March 6th. I’m not privy to the content yet however I know it will be something you will want to read and respond to.