A photographic look at life in the Greater Toronto Area
I didn't drive but I did clean the car off - a few times!
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Quite a difference from Jackson! ARe those the windshield wipers sticking out?
This is the way winters were meant to be. At least that's how remember them.
I think you may have gotten more snow there than e got here.
This is a good reminder that our good friends on the other side of the 49th parallel also got slammed by this storm. Hope you are well.
Well, I empathize with you. I've been in that position so many times. It's no fun having to shovel off the snow, scrape the windows, warm up the car and then drive on slush and ice. That's one of the reasons I live in Florida. Hope that you are staying safe and warm!
That's alot of snow.
Yikes! That's a lot of snow. The wipers sticking up add a nice touch. If you get tired of all that snow, you can send a little this way. I haven't seen a single flake here. :-(
Quite impressive, please be safe and stay warm!Léia
Ugh. Hope you're dug out now. This photo is bringing back bad memories of long winters on Lake Michigan.
i don't think those wipers are doing their job! i can't even imagine thawing out that much snow!
I think I'm all done with winter. I would like it to go away now, please.
Oh my. My brother posted photos of the tall snow drifts at their place, and saw the news photos of scenes in the U.S. northeast; I can't help but think that I'd rather have our floods. I really hope things are much better there now.
That is always a lot of fun.
Okay, now I'm wondering if you ever got dug out or if you're still under all that snow!
How are you doing???Keep warm!
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.