Reflections on a Snowy Weekend

Here are five quick reflections on the Snow Bowl weekend:

1. Tastee Diner and its staff are AWESOME — we just knew they would be open on Saturday morning and the hot chocolate hit the spot.

2. Sometimes it takes a massive snow event to remind us to slow down, go for walks and chat to our neighbors.

3. The Bethesda Up and local road and rescue services do a wonderful job – thanks!

4. If you have a four wheel drive it does not give you license to speed when the road is covered in snow and ice!

5. There are a lot of good people in this area who are happy to pitch in and help their community get through challenging times.

Feel free to share your reflections on Snow Bowl weekend here.


3 Responses to Reflections on a Snowy Weekend

  1. Tom says:

    Totally agree that the snow can be a great way of meeting neighbors and generally bringing about a sense of camaraderie! You’re right about 4x4s too. I watched one drive down the road at quite a pace and then show off the car’s capabilities by driving straight into a snow drift in an apparent attempt to park, followed by a lot of revving. And that was that!

  2. Camille says:

    Shovelling snow – ugh! I’m sore all over, and hoping that I don’t have to dig my car out again tomorrow. Also, don’t hate on the SUV’s – I was driving the speed limit on Sunday and was overtaken by a more than a few speed demon sedans!!!

  3. Tom says:

    Good point Camille! It’s amazing how many non four wheel drives still attempted to get out there – with the good old 4x4s pulling them out the snow!

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