Let It Snow… Really, Let It Snow

Meteorologists tell us this season is three months long (December to February), but, in reality, temperatures often fall in early October and rarely rise before April. Instead of complaining, locals take pride in their ability to “tough it out” like our parents and grandparents before us who, as they often tell us, walked uphill, six miles one way, barefoot in knee-deep snow to school. Whatever. They were probably wearing snow boots, thick jackets, knitted hats, mittens and scarves! And that …

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