Old Man winter has arrived

Ron in Regina

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Apr 9, 2008
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We got a bit of a Prairie blow going on. Started yesterday about noon & is still going on. Rain, then mixed, then wind on top of that with more snow. Still going on.
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Nick Danger

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Bare shelves in the stores here in the Okanagan, dairy, produce, and meat are past tense, holes showing up in non-perishable supplies now too. Just about everything in our stores comes up from the coast, and there are no serviceable routes left in Canada. Best hope is the #3 from the south Okanagan through to Hope but that still needs slides to be cleared before they can assess the roads. Fraser Canyon (#1) and the Coquihalla (#5) have sustained catastrophic damage and will be quite some time. The Trans Mountain pipeline that carries gasoline (among other things) from Alberta has been shut down as a precaution as it passes through some of the areas currently stressed.
 
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Nov 21, 2008
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Bare shelves in the stores here in the Okanagan, dairy, produce, and meat are past tense, holes showing up in non-perishable supplies now too. Just about everything in our stores comes up from the coast, and there are no serviceable routes left in Canada. Best hope is the #3 from the south Okanagan through to Hope but that still needs slides to be cleared before they can assess the roads. Fraser Canyon (#1) and the Coquihalla (#5) have sustained catastrophic damage and will be quite some time. The Trans Mountain pipeline that carries gasoline (among other things) from Alberta has been shut down as a precaution as it passes through some of the areas currently stressed.
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Nov 29, 2008
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Bare shelves in the stores here in the Okanagan, dairy, produce, and meat are past tense, holes showing up in non-perishable supplies now too. Just about everything in our stores comes up from the coast, and there are no serviceable routes left in Canada. Best hope is the #3 from the south Okanagan through to Hope but that still needs slides to be cleared before they can assess the roads. Fraser Canyon (#1) and the Coquihalla (#5) have sustained catastrophic damage and will be quite some time. The Trans Mountain pipeline that carries gasoline (among other things) from Alberta has been shut down as a precaution as it passes through some of the areas currently stressed.
Hwy 3 shouldn’t take to long to open , 1 and 5 look longer . It took my wife three stores to find mustard yesterday .
 
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Bare shelves in the stores here in the Okanagan, dairy, produce, and meat are past tense, holes showing up in non-perishable supplies now too. Just about everything in our stores comes up from the coast, and there are no serviceable routes left in Canada. Best hope is the #3 from the south Okanagan through to Hope but that still needs slides to be cleared before they can assess the roads. Fraser Canyon (#1) and the Coquihalla (#5) have sustained catastrophic damage and will be quite some time. The Trans Mountain pipeline that carries gasoline (among other things) from Alberta has been shut down as a precaution as it passes through some of the areas currently stressed.
Those rolling pipelines aren’t moving either .
 
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B00Mer

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Little bit of snow.. but not to much..

It could be worse, I could be in BC 😉

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B00Mer

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Oh BTW, New Brunswick has some of the best highways I’ve seen in Canada.. WOW!!

They must have gotten US engineers to build them 🤫