To honor the first week of December, Mother Nature opened up the sky and let loose a bazillion-trillion tiny snowflakes that made their way down to the frozen earth, pushing through the trees and across the road – cars stuck, trucks chained up, roads blocked and events cancelled – reminding us that this winter party has just begun.RELATED CONTENT
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