Hamburg Neighborhood’s Bills Snow Sculptures: Tell Me Something Good
The Bills may not be going to the Big game this year but one neighborhood in Hamburg showing off their Bills pride in a unique way. According to NEWS 4 (WIVB-TV), around 20 houses along Creekview drive are displaying their support for the team in ice sculptures.
Tim Camp’s wife came up with the idea of getting the neighborhood to build Buffalo Bills themed ice and snow sculptures and 20 houses loved the idea.
“Everybody that knows the Bills Mafia knows what we’re about,” Bills fan Timothy Camp said. “You know we have big hearts, we wear our hearts on our sleeves and we’re really community based and we live and die together.”
Neighbors, even if they aren't native Buffalonians loved the idea...
“I think it’s fascinating. I’m actually from the DC area. I moved up here with my wife, she’s from the area and just the camaraderie of this community,of Bills mafia, it’s like no other,” said Patrick Howard who was one of the Bills fans who participated.
We're all looking forward to what next season will bring.
“It was a tough loss. You know I was hoping that we’d go to the Superbowl, but obviously we didn’t,” Camp said. “There’s always next year.”
But in the meantime...The weather is going to stay cold for awhile here in WNY, so take a trip to Creekview Dr in Hamburg and check out the Bills-themed snow sculptures.