|An elevator, often used to take hay into the barn, is used to|
move the blocks from the pond to the waiting wagon. In the background
you can see the saw used to cut the ice.
|A team of Belgian workhorses. Unlike most buggy horses these behemoths|
will stand still without being tied for hours on end.
|An example of an ice house, this one is a stand alone, many have walls and a|
roof and look like a small shed.
|Each completed load on a hay wagon is hauled back to the ice house. The wagons can hold|
up to 200+ blocks of ice but the weight can make the wagon bow in the middle.