I recently learned that Eskimos do not really have 100 words for different types of snow. This was devastating. So, I got to thinking about the types of snow that I am familiar with.
Here they are:
lol! awesome! waiting to see your strip in the newspaper. A mini-career awaits!
would you consider one of the following to add to your collection? everything has stopped and is quiet snow, i can’t see anything snow, my snowman is dirty and grassy because of the wet pick up the ground snow (i like this one hee), i scrape my car against the 2 day shoveled snow turn to ice snow, fresh fallen powdery snow, to see how high the snow will collect on objects like trees and banisters and car snow, sledding on snow as fast as you can because nowadays it melts by the next day snow, making snow cones with maple syrup snow…..
I just can’t resist…this is too much fun….i just shoveled my driveway and now the plow truck has put it back snow, snow great for making snow angels snow, making furniture and forts snow, getting buckets of water to try to make a toboggan trail snow (to this day have not been successful), wanting to save snowballs in the freezer and wonder why they disappear snow, dirty heaps in the parking lots snow, snow that freezes to ice on your windshield wipers when you’re driving and you run out of wiper fluid snow, ….think i better stop
AHHHHH–I missed so many types of snow!!!! you are a knowing snow MASTER. this is your calling that you’ve been searching for (or maybe you haven’t been searching…but it is always good to find a calling.)