As a wee lad, I tried saving snowballs to break out in the heat of summer hoping to surprise my brother in the back of the head. I never quite ended up with fluffy goodness; I always opened the carefully sealed Tupperware to find dense ice-bombs (not something to hurl at an older brother).
Well, it’s been many years and now that spring is nigh (it is nigh, isn’t it?) and I have a four year old who [del]can’t fight back[/del] will be just as excited to save snow for the summer.
…and just as disappointed when he finds lumps of ice.
Is there anything I can do to help out? I figure that as an [del]grown-up[/del] old person with access to vacuum sealers, blow torches and freezer thermostats and the Internet, I might be able to help him achieve better results.