In Wyoming, we do things a little different. That includes the way we remove snow from roofs at Yellowstone National Park.

Caters shared this sweet video to Digg recently of how workers deal with the sometimes heavy snow that can accumulate. In this case, it was over 7 feet of snow on one of the Yellowstone buildings.

According to StoryRender, the person who captured the video is Kerry Countryman. She saw the worker on top of the Canyon General Store removing the snow in tall blocks. I can't even imagine how heavy each of those blocks would be, but the worker seems to be doing it with ease. I guess if you work at Yellowstone, you'd need to be a pro at this.