Winter Wonderland

Those of us in higher elevations woke up to a white wasteland – can’t see if the lower parts are as snowed-up as we are. It’s still going strong here, though Vancouver always does a change of heart about halfway through the day and turns the heat on its snow.

Which reminds me; when I moved from Calgary to Vancouver in the winter of ’85-’86, tradition had it that in Vancouver it snowed only every seven years.

Update: It isn’t as bad down the hill but my first school tour of the day (I work in a museum) is postponed until better weather.

1 Comment so far

  1. wyn (unregistered) on November 29th, 2005 @ 9:20 am

    I live in the Cambie area and as of Tuesday morning, it’s big, wet chunks of snow are falling in very Canadian, wintery fashion (except there isn’t that much on the ground). I imagine traffic has magically worsened.
    It snowed last year, too. So much for that theory….?

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