If you saw yesterday's photo of the fresh footprints in the soft sand you may have read that that was taken on Tuesday evening and those footprints were made on Tuesday afternoon, when the temperature was probably almost 60° F (15° C). That's not typical February in Northern Utah. Last night my truck was parked outside for about 2 1/2 hours while I was at my daughters place and when I went out to come home there was almost 3" of new snow on it.
The photo for today's post was taken about 2 weeks ago. If you're looking for scale, the flat slabs of ice making up either side of the "Tee Pee" are about 1 1/2 inches thick and the center of the "Tee Pee" is about 12 to 14 inches high.