Avoiding the Snowpocalypse!

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2012/01/18 07:01 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2012/01/18/10257965.aspx

I originally had a seat on the 8:30am flight to Las Vegas.

and then God apparently said no, not so much.

She made plans to dump up to a foot of snow or more on Seattle on Wednesday.


Alaska Air was a bit short-sighted, and they charged me $100 for the change, but I decided to follow in the footsteps of brave Sir Robin:

Brave Sir Michael ran away
Bravely ran away.
'Ere mounds of snow dumped upon his head, he bravely turned his tail and fled... 

I'll try to blog something substantive tomorrow.

Though I can't guarantee it will be as entertaining!


cron22 on 20 Jan 2012 6:53 PM:

You are always entertaining whether you are trying to be or not.  It's just how you were made from the beginning, I guess.  and me, being from New England, while probably not as gigantic of a snowstorm, I could tell you a fair amount of stories of my experiences in the snow, including the time that my family and I got back in a snowstorm that dumped 22 inches of snow on the ground while returning from a cross country skiing trip in New Hampshire in 2005.  Yeah, kind of scary.  We were sliding all over the place, and I never thought we'd get off Route 16 (Spaulding Turnpike).  

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