Probably slid and formed in seconds.

I imagine it happened quickly. Quick slide – enough internal cohesion to stay together (ice sticks to itself and all sometimes) long enough for it to turn towards the house and form a natural arch that’s further self supporting.

Probably slid and formed in seconds.

[oh, the house heat temporarily melted the lowest layer of snow, making it water first]


also, the lines created by the tin roof give it more structural integrity.

Ribbing. It’s likely the density of the snow around the small triangles formed by the tin room created greater stability.




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