That Law’s Not For Me

It snowed last night. The first accumulation of snow, not just a few scattered flakes, but not a storm either. Just a nice, if sloppy, welcome back to winter. The temperature has now gone up above freezing, and it is very slushy. But in the wee hours of the morning the snow fell and stayed,Continue reading “That Law’s Not For Me”

First Snow is Always a Surprise for Some

While some folks got caught short and found themselves slipping and sliding without winter tires on their cars, others fared even worse! DCMontreal – Deegan Charles Stubbs – is a Montreal writer born and raised who likes to establish balance and juxtapositions; a bit of this and a bit of that, a dash of YinContinue reading “First Snow is Always a Surprise for Some”

First Snow + Wrong Tires + No Road Salt = Havoc in Montreal

  The first dusting of snow has fallen on Montreal. What in November is a lovely white blanket is a nightmare in April, evoking shouts of ‘Enough already’ and ‘Uncle’ The Canadian province of Quebec has a law that stipulates we must have winter tires (not all season tires as they only apply if youContinue reading “First Snow + Wrong Tires + No Road Salt = Havoc in Montreal”