Speaking of deep trouble, the city of Ottawa is still digging itself out of the winter storm from a couple of days ago that dropped 28 cms. of snow on the city (but felt like a heck of a lot more), and is now gearing up for the next storm which will begin later today, and will drop somewhere around 45 cms. more snow on us. If this accumulation does happen, for those interested in the U.S., that's going to be a total of around 29 inches of snow in just four days, with 2 days off from each of the dumpings. That's a heck of a lot of snow.
I'm supposed to run the Hollow Earth Expedition demo tomorrow at the Comic Book Shoppe, but I am thinking that it'll have to be postponed until next week, the 15th of March, and so will likely make arrangements for that later today, once I see the snow start to fall.
However, it's a beautiful day to this point. Woke up for work this morning with lots of sunshine and all, and when I went in to work, it was about -80C, cloud here and there, and just a lovely, March winter day. That said, I'm glad that I don't live downtown and have to park on the city streets overnight, as the city has been desperately trying to get rid of all the snow on the city's main streets, and so hauled lots of cars out of the way while they cleaned up and all that stuff.