snow. snow. snow.

Somehow, 12 inches is a major snowstorm.

3″ could be a major snowstorm if they never clear the roads.

It is all so relative, I guess.

Ahhhhhhh…..12″ is a lot of snow. It’s major.

Here’s a video that a YouTuber named “Auction Spring” shot of West Asheville on the 22nd. The caption on the video says, “Shot the morning of January 22nd 2016. At this point Asheville had 8″ of snow. Since the publishing of this video, Asheville has received over 10″ and counting. Thanks for watching!”

Snow’s some pretty crazy stuff.

(MAN!!! DRONES ARE PRETTY CRAZY, TOO!  WHAT COULDN’T I DO WITH A GOPRO AND A GOOD DRONE? I COULD TAKE PICTURES OF ALL SORTS OF CRAZY THINGS!!)

I drove into some goofy situations yesterday…trying to get the mail delivered….and, because of (necessary) time issues, didn’t even come close to finishing the route.

Some of these hills around here are pretty darn spooky when you’re sliding towards the edge.

I don’t like it.

And….it slows you down a lot when you have to get out of the Jeep to jump over drifts to get to the mailboxes all day.

You don’t realize how easy you have it when you’re reaching out to the mailboxes when it’s dry and sunny.

You just have to keep plugging away at it….deliver the packages….deliver the mail….enjoy the snow….don’t slide off anything that you’re not supposed to slide off.

All these videos….makes me wonder if we have too much time on our hands…

Check out this one that I found while looking for local snow videos….

The caption reads, ”

Live TV Female Reporter Eats Her Own Booger Mucus At Snow Storm Blizzard 2016 New York City!!!

What does that have to do with responsible reporting?

Why you gotta post something like that?

What’s up with YouTube….posting booger videos?

(Why did I re-post something like that?)

Here’s some of the news that we didn’t watch.

I think that we were watching cartoons.

It’s old news at this point.

Snow.

It’s a blast.

 

About Peter Rorvig

I'm a non-practicing artist, a mailman, a husband, a father...not listed in order of importance. I believe that things can always get better....and that things are usually better than we think.

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