We measure the amount of snow by how much of the yard furniture we can see. Some days are better than others.
That’s …. a l.o.t of snow!
That’s a LOT of snow. Where are you; the NWT?
The south of Finland. The Northwest Territories are like a walk in the park.
You really should bring the bikes in during winter…
What? And have the kids ride them in the living room? I think not!
I guess I should add that that bike was on it’s way to the junkyard when we were taken by surprise by the amount of snow that suddenly fell from the sky.
You should put it apart. And you can store the bikes across your house, or so. Bad luck if you forget where the wheels are.
A friend did this every winter with his motorbike. I never heard that he had any problems in the early spring to put it together again. Maybe he didn’t told the whole story.
Kind of like a treasure hunt? Sounds like fun.
That reminds me of poor Bone and his first snowfall in “The Valley.”
We’ve made that same comment a few times during this winter.
The amount that came each time it snowed felt like what happened to Bone.
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