Andre and his Longneck dinosaur on December 20, 2009 in front of the house.
'Snow Seal with Solar Powered Light Scarf'
Cheryl Harper, the artist, riding a new born snow seal in themoonlight by the fire Dec. 30, 2009
Sydney O'Brien and her Friend Lindsey Frye built the snow family on Wednesday.
Donovan McNeely with his 'Light post Snowman.'
Katherine Dinsdale sent in this "highbrow" entry, with sculptors, left to right: Sam Rinearson, Anne Dinsdale, Rawley Stanhope and Carolyn Dinsdale
Aaron Quisenberry sent in this photo of A.J. Quisenberry, Bonner Springs, with his KU Jayhawk snowman.
A snowman sits on Massachusetts Street. The snowman was created On December
26, 2009 by Jenna Groth and Beka Church.
Roman Awesome Preu's first snowman included Mounds candy bar eyes, which he promptly ate after this photo.
Sue McCollum worked on this snow horse with Santa hanging on and a monkey in the back from Dec. 26 through Dec. 28.
M. J. Knight sent in this photo, and says it was her son's idea to build this particular snowman. "And he's the boss. We named him 'Frothy.'"
Kimberlee Bourdon sent in this photo of a snowman that her neighbors built using a piece of
cardboard, some buttons, a piece of a carrot and branches from the nearby bushes. It's located on 18th Street
between Tennessee & Kentucky in the Birchwood Apartments' parking lot.
Each year, Kaitlyn Fisher, 7, waits for Frosty to reappear with every snowstorm. Kaitlyn discovered Frosty in one of our big snow piles December 29. She just had to dig him out until she found him...and once he was properly attired, he came back to life.
Megan was a good girl this year, so she didn't have any coal handy to use for the eyes and buttons during construction of her snowman family. However, Santa did bring plenty of Hershey's Kisses and Reese's Mini PB Cups that worked just as well. Not Pictured: A tree in the front yard was injured during the snowman-making process...
Tonya Schreiber sent in this photo of a snow castle.
Tonya Schreiber sent in this photo of a snow castle.
Brenda Indyk sent in this photo of a snowman hiding in a snowbank.
Susan Walton sent in this photo, of a snowman on Steven Drive in Lawrence.
Phoenix Smith, 5, and her mom made this 'natural' snowman in the front of our home last Sunday, Dec 27th. He has a carrot nose, celery mouth and 2 pine cones, from Alvamar golf course, as buttons. Phoenix was a little hungry after building him and decided to snack on some snow!
Michael Hoffman sent in this photo of Barclay chillin' with Frosty.
Big Snow, Little Man: Jordan Grabast and Dillon McBride pose with their snowman. Lisa McBride submitted the photo.
Amanda Carlson submitted this photo of Brooklyn and Gracie with their snowman.
Hector Medina sent in this photo of Little Chubby, created by Erin Medina in front of her house.
Heavy snow won't stop Jackfrost Nicklaus from getting in a round of golf. He has golf ball buttons, tee eyes and mouth and a large tee nose. Made by Kyle and Kelsey Consolver on December 30. Ronda Consolver submitted the photo.
Erika Greszler sent in this photo of Sheila the Roman Snow Queen, erected Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009.
The Perrins kids worked "faster than a snail's pace" Wednesday afternoon to construct this giant gastropod in West Lawrence. Kristi Perrins submitted the photo.
Miss Piggy, created by Rory Scarlett, Robyn Scarlett, and Kathy Saving. Robyn Scarlett submitted the photo.
Kathy Buckley submitted this photo: Me and my 2 granddaughters decided to get out there and make these snowmen today. Karin Elkins, age 5 years, and Teressa Wilson, age 7 years. They had a blast.
Nora Jane Lynch, 3, and Camilla Lynch, 5, took advantage of the holiday weather to build "The Fantastic Snowman" in the front yard of their house on Delaware Street. Pictured with "The Fantastic Snowman" is Nora.
Tammy Barta submitted this photo of Tia Barta with her Snowbear.
Caitlin Dodd, Ali Dodd, Matthew Eagle and Emma Stramberg are joined by the Mr., Mrs. & Baby Snowman Family. Chad Dodd submitted the photo.
Jordan Armenta, Abi Hummel, Hays Hummel and Holly Hummel make a snowman in the Christmas snow of 2009.
Ed Zeller submitted this Lawrence snowman.
Fred Johnson and his granddaughters Haley and Gretchen Sackman built this 2009 snowman.
Bella Crawford-Parker and Hank Hurst, both seven years old, built this snowman.
This group stands with its snowman on KU's Campanile Hill. From left are Logan Hinkle, Brad Phillippe, Michael Latham and Kelly Latham (seated), who is holding her and Michael's brother, Chase Blaser.
Alysia Kimball, Taloa Lena, Mikey White, Sydney White were happy to build Mr. Snowman on Wednesday, December 30, 2009.
Grace, 6, hangs out with her snowdog and snowman she built Wednesday afternoon.
First-grader Thomas Prosser built this snowman.
Lauren Andersen, Allison Wheatman (front row), Aidan Schaplowsky, KJ Brumley and Eric Wheatman stand with the "snowbot" they built inside an igloo.
The Wetnight family constructed this 2009 Lawrence snowman.
Allison Thomas, visiting Lawrence from California, hugs her first snowman on her first white Christmas.
“Me and my brother.” By: Caroline Patton, age 9.
Judy Sweets submitted this picture of a "Victorian snowlady" she and her son made in Lawrence several years ago after a snowfall. She is wearing a battenberg lace collar and a fancy hat.
Children's Learning Center Schoolage and kindergarten classes. From left Back Row: Nik Rassmussen, Olivia Howard, "Snowman", Nikki May, Janet Perira, Courtney Ducharme, "Snowlady", Colby Dixon. Front Row: Aidan McLenon, Ryan Woodhead, Damian Lober, Alex Culbertson, Tabatha Peters.
After the "second snowfall" on December 30th during our winter break camp! We all had a great time!
Ella's Snowman Family.
This snowman was made by Toby and Austin Crettol with a little help from their aunt and uncle Jay and Mindy King to surprise their grandparents when they got home from work Wednesday, December 30.
The snowman's eyes are made out of cranberries and so is its nose. The mouth is made out of a banana and its buttons are made of clementines. It is a fruit-based snowman!
Allison and Anthony Ramos built this snowman in their backyard on one of the "warmer" days this week.
Grandparents Mel & Joyce Williams (Snowpa & Snowma) have snow fun @ their MJ Ranch home, rural Lawrence, with grandkids: Hayley, Hope & Lane Luna, and Logan Williams (Lane not pictured).
Our 5 foot tall frosty. Built by Tristan and Krista Moody and Donita McLeland on Dec. 30th, 2009.
Snowmen made by Joshua Ortiz, age 8. Snowmen are representations of him and his daddy.
This snowman was made Dec. 30 by John Ortley Man and Rob Parker-Ortley.
Our next door neighbors kids' snowman.