This isn't a post about anything, really. I just had a couple of observations driving 10 minutes to work on the highway here in Central Alberta this morning.
I realized that if I saw on the news what I was seeing through the windshield, I would cringe - but it has now become normal for me living here. Driving with blowing snow, well, it's part of the gig.
I realized that snow blowing on the highway looks like the vapour that comes off of dry ice.
And I realized as I drove over a little bridge, that the air currents made the snow blow over the railing like the curl of a good surfing wave.
I wish I had pictures, but that would truly be unsafe.
Just little observations from the frozen north. But, hey, I'm not going to complain today. We had a high of -13C - in other parts of Canada, highs were in the -20s.