I'm not that fond of the stuff myself. If it wasn't a matter of having to get out of bed an hour early to shovel the driveway, climb in through the hatchback to start the car so it would warm up enough for the doors to be unlocked, and drive through streets only half as wide as usual because that was all the plows could manage while avoiding cars driven by people who'd never seen snow before it all might have been more fun. I remember too the docs who all drove massive Volvos or SUVs that sat in heated garages all night who never missed a day at work.Other than that, it's a fine picture :)
Yeah, last week when it was minus 36 I had to have the truck battery jumped....first time ever. Otherwise I don't mind it. And having a 'massive' 4X4 does help...
At least someone is getting a real Christmas...let us hope it all melts by the end of the week.
Hah.......If this is a typical year I'll see my grass sometime late next April. Generally I get around 3 feet of snow in my yard that stays for 4-5 months.
Whoa. The day after Christmas we worked in the yard - in short sleeves!