I'm looking at pictures of what apparently constitutes significant snowfall in Indianapolis, and trying not to emit a large burst of haughty, smug cackling at the mere thought that any snowfall measured in units smaller than feet is considered a big deal. Heh!
Indy seems to be on pace for a snowfall record, having currently received 44 inches this winter. According to yesterday's Syracuse Post-Standard, Buffalo has received 97 inches. And Syracuse?
One Hundred Twenty-Nine Inches.
Yep, we're hardy folk up here in North Country. Now, I'm off to hitch up the dogs for my daily checking of the caribou traps.