Drop a Link and Share Blog Party!

Breckenridge ice castle

Do you want more blog followers? Would you like to increase views on a post? Here’s your chance because it’s Blog Party Time in an Ice Castle!

Drop a link to ONE of your posts in the comments. Add a short hook enticing readers to read it.

Two will put you in Spam Prison. It’s so embarrassing for both of us. I don’t usually notice for hours or even days!

Then come back to the party and click on at least THREE others or read ALL of them!

When you comment tell them, “Susie sent me,” and they might click back to your place.

Here comes the part where your views may spike.

Share them on your favorite social media – Twitter, Flipboard, Stumbleupon, Facebook, Pin it, or all of the above.

This is a great way to build community. When you find a blog that you enjoy, follow it. They may subscribe to yours!

I’ve had drop and hops before where the main focus was to read and subscribe. This adds a little more fun to the mix by sharing the article. That way views will soar!

Breckenridge ice castle

This is party time! Let’s have some fun.

Explore the icy rooms of the castle. Keep warm with a coffee drink or hit up the bartender for your favorite beverage. Help yourself to the buffet including hot bakery from France and tapas from Spain.

These parties always become ragers and last for days so stop back anytime!

Most important?

Don’t forget to dance! Music courtesy of my son, AKA Chuck Shadow.

 

Click for more adventure on the Wild Ride!

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Ice Castle Photos and an Interview with Its Creator Brent Christensen

After exploring Breckenridge’s breathtaking Ice Castle, I searched for the artist behind this magical place. I contacted Brent Christensen, the founder of Ice Castles, who also built them in New Hampshire and Utah this winter.

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Take it away Brent!

“I’m the artist and designer of the layout at each of our three locations, but I rely heavily on our many well-trained, hard working, dedicated employees. Each of our sites took about 4 weeks of working 12-16 (hour) days.  Our Breck site has about 10 full and part-time employees, New Hampshire about 15 and Midway (Utah), about 20.”

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Fire and ice. Continue reading