Given the rising COVID-19 case numbers, we opted not to do a lot of the normal winter activities that fill our days—skiing (downhill and cross-country), snowshoeing, and ice skating. However, we still wanted to be able to take advantage of outside time as much as possible this winter. We have some hills on our property and are able to sled, but the river never freezes solid enough to ice skate, so Kelsey had the brilliant idea to build a backyard ice rink.
1. Measure and Lay Out Materials
2. Pound In Supports and Attach Boards
3. Install the Liner
4. Fill It
Rink size: 28′ x 44′ (1,232 ft²)
Filled to an average depth of 4″ = 410 ft³ of water
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