Toto went hiking in Prescott, Arizona with an old friend last November.
This is what her place looked like yesterday, after 28 inches of snow.
That was nowhere near the record of 60 inches set in 1967.
20 Dec 1967, Page 1 – Arizona Republic at Newspapers.com
Toto’s friend tells me that her next door neighbor was there for the 1967 storm, and that it was a man-made disaster. The city had sold their snow plows earlier in the year, because they never used them. Apparently, lack of snow is a thing of the past in Arizona.
Hahaha! They sold them! I think this mental disease may be a genetic defect.