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Sunday, November 26, 2006

The assignment - Part Two/The End!
... Slowly, up hill, in the slippery, wet snow...

THE assignment View South from the "assignment" point - that is not fog, that is tiny snow flakes impeding visibility, no more than approx. 100 meters.

The ski hills around the lower mainland were not open this past week, but, Whisler opened early as they "were blessed" with 170cm base - which is something they usually accumulate by mid-January...

This looks very pretty, but I am sure that it has brought the entire mainland to a halt (too busy to catch the news) as this is not customary around here. We don't have the cleanup equipment that it takes to make the streets safe. Most likely the major Highways have been cleared, as they are either Provincial or Federal Government's jurisdictions.

I am not sure what kinds of problems this will add to the past ones, but regrettably, there is going to be a lot of people without electricity and other standards we have become accustomed to.

The photos have not been touched-up.

Peace, love and blessings to all - here and everywhere

PS: 6:00PM News confirmed power outage, mayhem on the un-plowed highways and city streets ... even one death. It appears this is the largest snowfall in our (recorded?) history. We had between 20 and 30cm! Airport experiencing cancellations and up to 6 hr delays... This is serious for us, in "rainforest" land. The temperature generally does not get under 6°C/30°F in the winter, we are expecting temperatures bellow 0°C


Rauf said...

Its all due to global warming Angeldust, I am accusing you that you are the sole cause of our global warming. you are such a warm and sensitive person!! Your blog speaks of your warmth though the pictures are cold. You bring warmth to my blog as well !!

"Angeldust" said...

Awwhhhhhh dear Rauf,
And, just how warm you are?
So sensitive and caring,
determined, committed and great photographer to ...
I am more than due for a visit to your blog! I have been missing it and I'm looking forward to see and read the product of all your hard work.

(It is - 40°C in Calgary, ALberta with 4 deaths!
Our East Coast, which usually gets the fauls wether is basking in "heat".)

Love and blessings to you

Anonymous said...

Hi Angel!
Thanks for this journey! Through your blog it was not as dangerous as in the reality.

samuru999 said...

Hi my dear
I missed this post!
Here it is tuesday, and I am just
seeing it!
I cannot believe all that snow!!
How is the weather there now?
I did try calling, but got no answer!
Take care now...and stay warm!

Hugs from Colorado!


trinitystar said...

Boy oh boy!

Beautiful tis that ... but tretchurous too. excuse the spelling if its not correct.