Record Setting Winter: One Last Look Back

Well, spring has officially arrived, even though it doesn’t much look like it with the feet of snow we still have.  But the temperatures are above zero today and the snow is melting here in Saint John so it feels like we might actually make it out of this alive.  We feel for those parts of the Maritimes recovering from another winter blast last night.  We swear it gets better.  This winter was certainly one to remember.  Saint John broke its record of 424cm from the 1962-1963 winter and Charlottetown broke its recently held record of 451.3cm from just last winter.  And there is no indication that the snow is finished yet, although the melting snow is promising.  While I think everyone want to see green grass, this historic winter warrants one last look back.  Here are some images Joel and I took from the winter that was 2014/2015.

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It started off dry and cold.
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And then the snow started…and didn’t stop.

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If you can’t see the Stop sign, does it still apply?

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That’s an interesting way to park at the movie theatre.
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Fort Kickass under construction.

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Fort Kickass at the height of its glory.

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