If you live in the Adirondacks, chances are you actually like winter. Of course, there are plenty that don’t, and the fortunate of that group are snowbirds, meaning they leave anywhere from late fall to the day after Christmas and return somewhere around June.
But then there are the rest of us. The ones who love winter and track snowstorms. At least until March. Then we break up.
This winter started with a whisper…
A teaser snowfall, but enough for Christmas as it ought to be.
The next dumped a luxurious 18 inches. Followed a few days later by almost a foot.
And then it was winter.
And the people were happy.