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How To Walk On Ice

When I first moved to Wisconsin in 1996, I wasn't prepared for the harsh winters that would follow. That first year I must have slipped and fallen at least 5 times. It only took me about three years to figure it out. Check out this set of instructions in case you find yourself dealing with icy conditions. Instructions and "how-to" illustrations are a Tablet specialty. Please call or email if you need a process illustrated. [Update] Due to popular demand, posters of this image are now available for sale. 11"x17" posters on cover weight paper are now available for $10 each or $90 for 10 posters. If you are responsible for safety related communications at your business, please call or email to place an order or click here to order posters online.