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Late snow

Thursday, March 09, 2006
It's another snow day here in the Pacific Northwest, which means that once again the Subaru and SUV drivers of Portland (like 95% of the population) feels vindicated. However, driving my practical car I actually managed to climb out of the parking lot of the apartment complex I live in. You see, the apartment complex I'm in is actually built on a hill with the entrance at the TOP of the "mountainside living" that they advertise. I, however, live at the bottom of said mountainside. Do you see the problem when traction conditions are less than ideal?

Nonetheless, a brief snow experience is kind of fun and, despite the fact that I think I have the flu or something like that, it's quite beautiful. We just don't usually get snow around here this late in the year.


Blogger Laura said...

70 degrees, sunny with a slight breeze.

I hate texas.

10:07 AM, March 09, 2006  

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