Sunday, March 09, 2008

Snow Bored


Here's a photo of me after a tragic snow accident.

I was shovelling my back porch when suddenly there was an avalanche!

Mind you, this pile of snow is nothing compared to the mass of white stuff by my drive way, which I have named Mount Suzuki.

Now if you will excuse I have to be shovelling off.

6 comments:

Raphael Alexander said...

The city of Brampton has blocked my driveway for the LAST time with a mountain of snow. The next time they plow it in front of my driveway I'm planting an IED.

[kidding]

Anonymous said...

Lovely and warm here today in Calgary; 12 degrees C. However, the media insists "Canada" is in the grip of severe winter weather!!
Canada must be Ontario east!!

West Coast Teddi said...

We have "snow drops" here too but they are a cute little flower in full bloom and I took a great picture on my walk this morning through a beautiful planter of daffies as the sail boats were "sailing into spring". So nice to walk by the ocean ... in the sun ... really. And Yes Canada is in the grip of winter.

Janet said...

Windsor got three inches this weekend! (Matt actually thinks we got less.)
Escape the snow at the Windsor Liberty Seminar next weekend. ;)

Anonymous said...

Halifax was actually 14 degrees celsius at midnight last night...

There is absolutely no snow here and we had sunshine this morning as I made my drive to work along the South Shore of Nova Scotia with sunbeams reflecting off the ocean...

God has obviously decided to protect Ontario's liberals from that terrible global warming stuff...

Yet, I couldn't help reading in the G&M that the storm blanketed all of "Eastern Canada" although Atlantic Canadians are learning to take that paper less and less seriously.

Anyways, for any surfers that might live in Halifax, surf's up!

Anonymous said...

Well Anon from Calgary, just wait a few minutes. I lived out there and wouldn't move back if you paid me.