snow day 2008

well, toronto doesn't get that much snow in comparison to mostly everywhere else in canada, but yesterday, we certainly got a record breaking snow fall. yowza! we didn't have to go anywhere yesterday as it was a saturday, so we stayed home in our pj's for most of the day. from time to time, we looked out to see how much had accumulated and how heavy the snowfall was. it was pretty. but not as pretty as the winter wonderland we woke up to:

for the rest of the photos, go to my flickr snow day 2008 album.

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10 thoughts on “snow day 2008

  1. i think we got around 30cm from just last night? and we have had that much, if not more, in the past. but this was record breaking in the last couple of decades. and we've had a lot of huge snow storms this winter so the accumulated amount has also broken the record within the last 10 years or so.

  2. These are GREAT pics! I was too distracted to take any photos, but we got so much snow that my German Shepherd was up to his shoulders in it when we let him out. There was a point when we couldn't open the door at all because it was too deep against it!Luckily, the kids are off on March break here, so now that I'm car-less and kid-full I'm kind of glad that this hit when it did ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. oh i hope not! snow dates are great on weekends where we don't have to go anyway. but i get nervous driving then anything less then par driving conditions.

  4. my aunt's shit-zu almost sunk to the bottom when he jumped into a snow drift! ๐Ÿ™‚ he loved it though. i don't know why but he goes nuts in the snow! i wish i had enough batteries in my am to take some photo of him in it!

  5. What beautiful photos! I hate Winter's cold temperatures and icy roads, but your photos almost make me jealous. LOL!We've had a relatively mild winter here in Michigan. We've had a couple snow storms, but the aftermath doesn't last long because the temperature keeps shifting above and below freezing. I do miss icicles hanging from tree branches and gutters, though.

  6. I'm glad it isn't here. ๐Ÿ™‚ It would mean more mud! But it sure is beautiful, I love the piles of it on the tree branches, and the photo of it melting is fabulous!If we get one more snow, we'll have to make snowcream one last time.

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