reply to post by CranialSponge
I stay north. They're crazy down there.
No offense American buddies. The government makes you that way
A few years ago there was a blizzard with extreme cold around Saskatoon, and snowmobilers were out all night rescuing people that were stuck in their
All volunteers. They did a great job. It was below minus 40.
I'm surprised at the lines they're showing at the gas stations down there. Where do those people think they're going? They're told to stay off the
roads for a couple of days, so they fill their tanks ?
We rarely even get warnings up here (north Alberta) if there's going to be a storm. We just find ourselves in the middle of it. Yesterday it was
supposed to be clear all day, but it hit us. Half an hour of blizzard, then clear
I have learned since moving to Alberta, Saskatchewan snow is nicer. Much drier, better for driving.
Wind is a problem. When the roads are icy, it'll blow you right off the road.
Stay safe folks.
edit on 8-2-2013 by snowspirit because: (no reason given)