Snow-staters think those in the mid-Atlantic are a bunch of whiners. They're used to being pummeled by back-to-back blizzards. They share their "hunkered-down-in-3-feet-of-snow" stories — from a high school with no Farrah Fawcett hair to a father's sanity saved by Kunta Kinte, plus the cunning architecture of Colorado miners, determined to answer nature's call come heck or high snow.
From Snow States, Tales Of Being Snowed In
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