We live in West Michigan.
We get snow in the winter. “Lake effect” snow.
The kind of snow that falls in HUGE flakes and sticks to everything.
Snow that turns a crispy icey texture when a sudden “deep freeze” hits us.
Snow that blankets the world we live in and covers all living things for a long winter’s rest.
Snow that doesn’t close schools because we’ve seen worse.
but that can put a halt to everything with just the right direction of the wind.
We get the kind of snow you see in Christmas movies.
We like to hibernate in the winter in these parts.
A photo journal entry…show us what winter looks like in your town.