The Cirinak sisters waited patiently on the mountain for Father to whittle the ski poles he forgot to make.
Due to severe weather in February of this year, a man was seen walking around town with his small dog perched on top of his head.
“I use my dog like one of those furry Russian hats with the ear flaps,” the man said. “I looked down and realized he was the exact right size for my head.”
The dog rides along with his paws dangling, covering either the man’s ears or forehead, depending on the direction of the wind.
A man in Cleveland, Ohio won’t refuses to shovel the sidewalks in front of his house despite record snowfall during a bitter winter.
“I’m just renting here,” John Notgoingtoshovelson explained. “Why should I shovel the walks when the owner should do it.”
During our interview, passers-by could be seen slipping and falling as they tried to negotiate the treacherous sidewalk. One elderly lady tried to drag her shopping cart laden with groceries through the muck. It spilled when it turned over.
“I don’t care about those people,” he said. “They should contact the owner. If people want me to clean the snow off the sidewalks, they can pay me.”
This Amish guy is going wild doing donuts in the snow with his horse and buggy. Only in Ohio.
Tubing is a winter activity often offered by ski areas where fun-seekers ride inflated inner tubes down snow-covered hills. Tubeupsy refers to a tuber who hits a big bump and goes head over heels into snowbank.
This dog sliding down the snow like an otter will crack you up.
This reporter from KUSA Channel 9 in Denver doesn’t like your snow photos.