Oh, I don't know why ya'll complain. I mean, most years it doesn't snow *at all*. When it does the kids delight in it, but normally that's only for a day or maybe for an hour. Every few years we will get close to a foot and it shuts everything down...schools, businesses, etc.,....it's really tough! Then there is the infrequent "blizzard" where we may get a foot and a half or *maybe* close to two feet of snow....that shuts schools down for a couple of days and makes things *really* mushy when it melts!!! Shoot, the city and county even start throwing sand on the bridges and flip down those "Bridge May Ice In Winter" signs (I can't remember what does signs actually say as we don't get to read them much except when the teenagers flip them down for a joke). So, I guess ya'll are right...snow does make things tough. :evil:
Hmm, I wonder if snow if kinda like raising honey bees.....it being one of those local things?