It has been a hard winter. The roads have been challenging. Early in January I left Canmore one day at minus 27, 30 minutes east on the highest point on the Trans Canada - Scott Lake Hill I fumbled for my reading glasses to affirm that the temperature was minus 45!! Then later that day in Calgary a women in a Jeep Cherokee lost it in the fast lane and snaked aross 2 lanes of traffic. As she hit the concrete bumper I feared she would flip over the top and down to the road below. Fortunately she did a 360 and ended up facing me only about 30 feet away.
Then last Sunday, on our way to Lake Louise we watched a voltswagon golf skid off the road, roll over and back upright again in a deep bank of snow. The young girl and her boy friend rudely awakened from his sleep, staggered out into the snow but seemed OK.
So I just want who ever is up there to know that we have all had enough, we are ready for the Robins, the squirrels, the crocuses and dry roads.