Now This is an Ice Shack, And It is For Sale in Hancock
Facebook is great for a couple of things. One for me is to keep in touch and see photos of friends and family that live miles and miles away.
But Facebook is also great for being an alternative to yard sales. And you don’t have to leave "whereever you are" to see what people have for sale.
It is all right there on the Facebook Community Group pages.
Like how about this item a friend sent to me yesterday from the Ellsworth and Hancock Barter, Swap and Sell Facebook group.
My friend must have sent it to me because I love skating and playing hockey on ice, and he thought therefore I like ice fishing. Brrr. But not if you have this for an ice fishing shack
Let us take a look inside this ultra-creative fishing hut.
And the ad says it even has a radio. I reached out to the owner to make sure that the radio was tuned to Q106.5 and the reply was.
I don’t know why not
The owner of the 1996 Chevy Cavalier Ice Shack described the item in the ad this way"
Ice shack – unique, one of a kind. Must see, has wood stove, drop down table & chairs, radio and more.
It is located in Hancock and available on the Ellsworth and Hancock Barter, Swap and Sell Facebook page.
When asked who did the work, the answer was:
My partner built it and I helped. It was something he always wanted to do as he loved ice fishing.
Comments on Facebook are great too.
This is one cool rig. I’ve seen it out on Toddy Pond all set up.
Iconic Maine culture! Yankee ingenuity! Please don’t ever trash this, it belongs in the Maine State Museum. Gotta love it.
See the USA in your Chevrolet
This is epic. Absolutely epic.
This Is why I need to live in Maine
I kinda REALLY want it. A car big enough for my dog.
Jess Bowden to Sika Bowden-
We need this in our lives
Ice Shack right there
All yours for $2 grand.
And here's what the 1996 Chevy Cavalier looked like when it rolled off the line