I'm not going to give this one the easy promotion - I'm going to grill you a bit first. Hopefully it will make for a better topic.
I've seen the creation side argue that the most recent ice age (there is also evidence of several older ice ages) was caused by "post flood climatic adjustment". Is that the core concept you wish to explore? A LOT of snow is required to build up to glacial ice thicknesses. Then most of that ice needs to be melted to get us back to the current situation. In all, it would seem to be a substantial time period where the Earth was a pretty chilly place.
If you wish to go the "The flood caused the ice age" route, please submit an opening message directly aimed at that theme. You can make such as a reply to this message 4.
As I see it, this topic presumes that "the flood" happened - The question then is how did this flood come to cause/include the ice age. It is not the place for the usual why/how the flood happened/didn't happen debate.
I also presume that Peeta Mellark is going to operate in the young Earth creationist (YEC) time-frame (Peeta needs to make it clear if such is not the case). As such, the question is, how did it happen in such a restricted time frame?
I suspect that Coyote will wish to point out that the most recent ice age lasted longer than that YEC time-frame. If so, I think he needs to make the case of why it couldn't have happened in the YEC time-frame. Something other than citing his favorite old Earth radiometric age dates.