For a while there, winter couldn't seem to decide whether or not it wanted to visit us this year. Don't get me wrong, we all knew it would. You can't live in Saskatchewan and not have winter. It was taking a while for our usual levels of cold and snow to hit, though. But last... Continue Reading →

Snow cover

It took longer than usual for us to get snow this year. Or, at least, to get snow that stuck around for longer than a few hours. Normally, we have a steady layer starting in November, sometimes October. But this year, it was mid-December before we saw that. Personally, I'm just happy that we had... Continue Reading →

Snowy Day

Just when it was starting to feel like spring, too. Yesterday morning, I woke up to a layer of thick, wet snow covering the outside world. Snow thick enough that, when I rolled my car window down, it stayed standing up. Snow wet enough that it stuck to my car as I tried to wipe... Continue Reading →

Cotton candy snow

I'm one of the first people to admit that living on the prairies comes with its drawbacks. The wind and cold, in particular, stand out as reasons to question your sanity for living here. (Don't believe me? Then I direct you to the rant one man left on a CBC voicemail--but be warned, there's some... Continue Reading →

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