Northside Trail, Fredericton, NB, Canada Bit of a late season spring snowstorm dumping about 10cm of snow on our neck of the woods today. That ‘spring snow’ that is very heavy and wet and clings to everything. Huge monster flakes that are hard to miss. Went out for a walk at lunch just because. I […]
Was listening to CBC Information Morning Fredericton (yep, good old-fashioned terrestrial radio) a few weeks back and there was a gentleman who emailed in reporting that he had tracked ‘days of snow cover’ in New Brunswick for several years. By ‘days of snow cover’ he meant days after the first snow that sticks, and doesn’t […]
Round 2 of 3 rounds of shovelling in one day during a recent snowstorm. In the section of Atlantic Canada I’m parked in we average around 100 in/250cm of snowfall per year. It’s not uncommon to get 2-3 feet in a single storm, several times a winter. A few weeks ago, we got a big […]
Photo: A. Titus Visited the UNB Woodlot for a nice 15km spin before the pending storm. -16°C but sunny. Trails were spectacular. Well beaten double track thanks to snowmobiles and fantastic single track thanks to snowshoers and other riders. Harmonic convergence.