Man Cave signs vandalized, man caves damaged after winter storm

Man Cave signs vandalized, man caves damaged after winter storm

A man cave has been vandalized and its sign is in danger of falling down in the snow, according to a report by the Shoshone Ice and Mountain Club.

The club said the sign was erected in 2007 to mark a spring and summer lake that forms the entrance to the Shushoe Ice Cave in the small town of Wooten.

A snowstorm swept through the area Sunday, with heavy snowfall and wind gusts up to 50 mph, the report said.

The ice cave is the only one in the area with a roof, the club said.

The ice cave has a total of 15 sign holders and its only one that has the sign that has been broken, the Shonoe Ice and Ice Club wrote in a report on its website.

The Shonole Ice and Icicle Club said it’s been in contact with the sheriff’s office, and the owner of the cave was not home when the damage was discovered.

The cave is a member-only area, according the report.

The sign, which had been damaged when a large ice cave sign was cut, is now being replaced with a larger sign.