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Slices of Life

 


By: Jill Pertler

I’ve spent all of my life in the north, where winter is winter and snow is snow. The snow falls down from the sky. If you want to get to work in the morning you often have to rid your driveway of it.

Out of necessity, most of us have snow blowers, or shovels on a lesser day. Blowing the driveway (and sidewalks and walkways) typically, happens more than a few times each winter, which, by the way, often lasts for at least six months.

Blowing the snow is something northerners do, because they have to.

Those of us living in the tundra blow the snow so we can back up our veh...



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