Snow is in the air. The crisp smell penetrates the senses and brings excitement to town. Even the most snow savvy feel the thrill in their bones. Though, good luck at getting them to admit it. What is it about snow that causes us to lose our minds and revert back to our childhood days? What makes us want to build snowmen, have a snow fight and brave possible broken bones by sledding down local hills? What does snow mean to you?
Gotta have snow! Live’s not worth it without!!! (So says Miss Poppy Seed) 😀
Miss Poppy Seed is right. 🙂
Beautiful thrill & yes, sometimes a nuisance, especially to shovel and drive in.
True! Thanks for the comment. :P)
Snow: A nuisance when I’m driving to work. If I’m heading to the ski slopes, that’s a different story all together.
I remember Dec. 28th very well, the day after the big storm. My wife and I skied at Okemo Mt. in Ludlow, VT. It seemed like everyone in New England had the same idea, as it was the most crowded I’ve seen in years. People were so glad that the snow came back! We had very little snow the prior season.
Wow, I’ve never been downhill skiing. Only cross country in Norway…. didn’t care for that too much.
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