Russians in the Snow

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How do you walk down the road when you can’t see where the road is? There’s a sign, but it’s almost buried, too! Vladivostok was buried under several feet of snow a couple of weeks ago. The mayor’s office sent out “158 units harvesting machinery,” which I imagine means snow-removal vehicles. They didn’t cancel school, but gave parents the option to keep children at home. Some places just learn to deal with lots of snow, which is apparent from the videographer’s jolly mood. -via Daily Picks and Flicks

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I have been in this sort of snow storm a few times. I even have fond memories of being six and climbing up a snow bank to look into the lamp of a street light. Specifically, this one.
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