And just for the record, I had over 400 miles of this stuff. Or a lot worse that this depending on how you look at it. I'm not easy to intimidate when it comes to driving on snow. You might even say that I like driving on snow better than dry blacktop. Just ask Squirrel, he has been sideways more than once in the passengers seat. However, I was getting tired of snow this trip.
Snow no matter where you go.
At least the sun was out for part of the trip. Everything tends to look better covered in snow.
Three days, 1585 miles total, over 400 on snow or ice. Good thing I had my eyes closed so much.
That way, hot flight attendants will end up moving you somewhere, don't know where exactly, but there is sure to be nuts when you get there.