If you've ever seen the Disney movie Frozen, you probably remember the opening scene, where there is a group of workers cutting ice on a frozen body of water, and hauling it away, to be used for ice. While it's not as common as it once was, the tradition of harvesting ice from frozen lakes is alive and well in New Hampshire. According to the AP,  Rockywold-Deephaven Camps still does it every year! For them, the practice dates back to when they first opened, way back in 1897. And not much about the January ritual has changed since then. Click here to read the fascinating story, and watch the video here. The view from above is mesmerizing, and sort of visually satisfying!