The weather outside is frightful … so of course I decided the imp and I needed to go outside and try blowing frozen bubbles. (Seriously, it’s frightful. Today with windchill it’s -44 C and tomorrow it’s -53 C. Living in a trailer in BC is becoming more of a real possibility. Mobile home people are nice … and mortgage free!! Something to really think about).
We put dish detergent, hot water together and away we went. My mother wanted to be a part of the action – so she stayed by our kitchen window watching from the warmth inside.
It worked well 🙂 …. at -44 C it should otherwise I’d be highly disappointed in science.
My mother even remarked how neat it was to see them bounce across the snow. This video shows what we did, but I don’t think you can see them bounce.
As you tell from the imps comment, it was brutally cold outside. I took my mitten off to take pictures but my hand could only handle a few seconds. It would have been cool to get close ups of what they looked like for you.
On a sidenote, those of you who suffer from rosacea know that sometimes your face can hurt with the stinging sensation. Stay outside in -44C and you don’t really feel the pain that much. Your face might fall off, but the burning/stinging sensation isn’t there 😉