time to put down that latte and start shoveling
16°C (60.8°F) in Dullsville today. The sun is shining and I'm dressed in a t-shirt and jeans. Meanwhile, my hometown of Vancouver, B.C. got buried under a 50 cm (about a foot and a half) blanket of the white stuff yesterday.
Many schools were closed and driving has become a problem. Expat Traveler is snowed in, as are my parents and brothers. There have been power outages and it's getting colder, but I've been informed that all is well so far.
Once the roads are cleared again, the three ski areas on the North Shore are going to be doing a booming business.
If you've got a broadband connection and some time on your hands, you can take a look at this report on the situation from CTV news.
I don't envy all the poor people who have been inconvenienced by this, but I still would have liked to have been there.
Oh, to be a ski bunny again...
100 Mile House, B.C. - January 1992