Lucas Parobek, 8, looks at his family's melting homemade ice rink in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 20, 2018. Homemade backyard rinks, a tradition deeply imbedded in the Canadian psyche, may be dying off; rinks that once held up for months of skating now last for a much shorter season.
Lucas Parobek, 8, looks at his family's melting homemade ice rink in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 20, 2018. Homemade backyard rinks, a tradition deeply imbedded in the Canadian psyche, may be dying off; rinks that once held up for months of skating now last for a much shorter season. Aaron Vincent Elkaim The New York Times
Lucas Parobek, 8, looks at his family's melting homemade ice rink in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 20, 2018. Homemade backyard rinks, a tradition deeply imbedded in the Canadian psyche, may be dying off; rinks that once held up for months of skating now last for a much shorter season. Aaron Vincent Elkaim The New York Times