Friday, January 22, 2010

Snow-acopalypse: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Flagstaff has made the headlines. We've been on CNN and The Weather Channel. Family members have called to check on our condition. Once it's packed down the skiing will be good and the Arizona sun will eventually clear the streets for pedaling. Really, this just seems a bit excessive . . . .

My husband clearing the driveway. An obsessive runner, training for his first Ironman, Bob documents his solution to training through a monster snowstorm in The Running Bob. Check it out. It's humorous but instructive.

Meantime, I am going to wait out the weather with hot tea, Scrabble, and bike commuting blogs originating from less meteorlogicically challenged realms.


Emma J said...

I wish you'd send some north and west to us. We could use a few snowdays (with accompanying hot tea and Scrabble).

She Rides a Bike said...

We're enjoying a break in the weather today. Snow stopped this morning so we put away our shovels and snowthrowers and exchanged them for skis. I couldn't stop smiling and it's hard to remember that just south of us terrible flooding and high waters are really causing serious distruction and at least one death.

Dottie said...

Wow, that is insane! Scrabble sounds like a great idea.

Beany said...

You're always welcome to visit San Diego. It is sunny again here!

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