No flying today

We’ve actually been getting a little bit of snow here in the last couple of days. Not enough to last until Christmas, of course, but I would guess that the chances for a white Christmas are better than ever this year. Not for my brother though, who just arrived in ‘Straya today. But here in Austria … we’ll see!

Please forgive me for keeping this here short, but I actually have to go and just remembered that I hadn’t uploaded today’s strip yet! So, tada! See you next Friday!!

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4 comments on “No flying today
  1. Quill says:

    That snow ramp looks like it took a huge amount of effort to build – probably the most effort I’ve ever seen Chuck exert for anything. Use of a snowblower could help, but even then it wouldn’t be a quick or easy job.

  2. Magnoire says:

    I’ve never had a white Christmas. I live in Southeast Louisiana. We do get the occasional “sneaux”. The whole city shuts down.

  3. JPKalishek says:

    will be my first white xmas in years as I moved back to the U.P. of Michigan earlier this year.
    And to welcome me, when I hit Marinette WI, on May 14th, it snowed. I unloaded a U-Haul
    in snow flurries. Not having a month plus at 100f temps was nice.
    On the other hand, I had to go buy a snow blower last week.

    I was in Louisiana for the N.O. snow of iirc ’89. the 20 minute drive out to where I lived in Kenner took 2 and a half hours. I recall the April snow that fell down around Houma and Chauvin (early to mid ’90s) and a few others out in Kenner that I can’t seem to find years for.
    As a Yankee it was entertaining but I will say it is worse for driving because normally it is a rain, freeze, black ice, then a dusting of snow atop that to make it really slick.
    Then I moved to DFW TX, and they get a bit more snow, more often. Still about shuts down the place.

  4. Dom says:

    And herein Northern Manitoba, we get snow like that and nothing really changes It’s normal! How things differ from place to place…

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