I guess it must have snowed since you came out here.
Would they be snowed in for a week now?
Had Alex spent the night in the barn, or had it snowed this much in a few hours?
No, if one of us has to get snowed in up here, I'd rather it was me.
The house sits more than a mile off the snow plow route, so sometimes I'm snowed in for a week or so.
It snowed for the entire trip, but all but a few other drivers had the sense to remain home for the last fifty miles.
And since it's snowed a foot or two since then, I'd guess there aren't any footprints to prove you were strolling alone in the woods.
It snowed again - and I mean snowed.
Charlie nodded and added, "It's too remote to build anything there and snowed in most of the year."
In the winter of 1991 it snowed and the whole town shut down for five days. The world became a wonderland.
And it snowed and snowed and started accumulating on the roads.
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