|Oh dear on Jan 22, 2016 @ 11:50 pm|
I live in Toronto, and the little snow we got melted away! I hope your boyfriend is safe and doing well! I don't know how it works in the States, but I would advise that he take every opportunity he can get (ie. "warming buildings" in the case of power outages, or stocking up on food and supplies) Everyone stay safe out there!
|. on Jan 22, 2016 @ 11:55 pm|
It's tough for them down there as they don't have any preparation for it. No snowmobiles, structures aren't prepared and some people have no clue how to dress or their house doesn't have insulation.
But for sure it gets way worse here. I always ask my husband, how come when the first settlers came to Quebec, and winter came, they didn't leave. I mean some of them were British. And I wanted to leave my first winter here, hahaha. I'm more used to it now though.
|NC on Jan 23, 2016 @ 12:02 am|
I'm sure you did! He is doing good he was out in the snow this morning. From the pictures I saw the ground was covered and the top of his vehicle. The same thing happened last year and it was a few days. If they get the freezing rain it could get bad as you are right they aren't prepared for it. Everything shuts down. They stock up on groceries and stores are left empty.
|. on Jan 23, 2016 @ 12:05 am|
The same thing happens in London when they get too much snow, hope your boyfriend stays safe! Send him our best wishes!
|Storms on Jan 23, 2016 @ 12:14 am|
He will be ok. Thanks I will. The worst is not prepared. I remember a few years ago a couple friends in London the whole city shuts down exactly the same thing in NC.
|. on Jan 23, 2016 @ 10:08 am|
lol it's true, a lot of people could not live here with all the snow and cold weather we have