Well, the weather here in Portland is pretty crazy (by our standards). Below (attached) are some pictures from our Monday morning commute! Much of it was by foot, through lots of snow and ice. I actually wore my "Nanook of the North" snow boots - I haven't worn those since I left North Dakota!
Glenn worked from the coffee/book store downtown (imagine that), and I worked from my office until the Mayor shut the city down and sent everyone home. Most of the trains weren't running, and over 70 buses were stuck in the snow - including the one that goes to our house. Ugh. I waited about 45-minutes to catch a shuttle that was packed to the gills with the 100 other people that were stranded in town. Glenn got tired of waiting and opted to walk home...5+ miles, in the deep snow.That is where he is as I type this. He is following a couple on cross-country skis (towing a kid trailer that is also on skis). He is pretty miserable and is likely wishing he would have waited for the shuttle with me. Poor guy. Luckily, he is heavily caffeinated...and this trek should cure him of the terrible case of "ants in his pants" he had from being stuck in the house yesterday. :) The odds of us going into work tomorrow are looking pretty slim, as this isn't going to melt and they are expecting more snow tonight. I guess this is the worst storm to hit Portland since the 1960's. Hopefully, it doesn't all melt at once and cause massive flooding like it did about 10 years ago ("500 year floods").