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Ice Is Nice If You Don’t Have to Drive On It

December 24, 2022

Winter travel in the mountains being what it is, Mr. K has been studying weather forecasts for about six different locations in order to plan our trip to be with his sisters and other family for Christmas. He found a window and we made it to our destination safely, arriving after they’d had their big dump of snow and before the ice moved in. It was pretty to look at but the ice meant we didn’t leave the house at all yesterday. Today we were able to get out and shore up our supplies, getting four more pies and a fruitcake. Priorities.

Two black metal chairs on either side of a small table. The chairs and table are sitting in maybe half a foot of snow, with a similar amount piled on the table. The chairs have icicles hanging off the slats on the backs of the chairs.

 

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On this date in 2021: Best Snow of the Season So Far
2020: Maybe Lucky
2019: Fall Road Trip Loop, Part 4: Disneyland Resort
2018: Snowflake Diversity
2017: Fall Road Trip, Part the Third and Throwback Thursday: 1978-ish
2016: Why the Waffles?
2015: It’s Beginning to Look a Little Like Christmas
2014: Hair Clippings
2013: WDW Day 5: Magic Kingdom and the Studios
2012: On Being An Hourglass
2011: On Being a Negative Force
2010: With Attribution
2009: Better to Light a Candle
2008: Procrastination
2007: My Most Memorable Day & One Picnicker, All Alone
2006: Four Days in Utah
2005: Winter Count—August
2004: Back When It Was Warm
2003: Not According to Plan
2002: Missing



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