A cabin in Unadalur valley, near the village of Hofsós, North Iceland, was completely buried in snow – not once, but three times this winter, Morgunblaðið reports. Nothing but its TV antenna was visible. The owners, with the help of rescue workers and other volunteers, have been busy lately digging out the cabin. “It’s been quite a workout,” states Jón Þór Jósepsson, one of the family members. There was unusually heavy snowfall this winter, and the family checked on the cabin on a regular basis. “When I got there in mid-March, the place was completely buried in snow, with nothing but the TV antenna sticking out,” states Jón Þór. The snowbank on top of the roof was up to 2.5-meters (8 ft, 2 in) thick.
Source: Cabin completely buried in snow 3 times this winter in Iceland