Monday, February 11, 2008

Winter of 1873

We're spoiled least we are in the past few winters. It gets a bit breezy or the thermometer dips into the double digits below zero, and suddenly we start talking bad winter. I think -56 below zero, windy, wearing soggy wool and leather, and no central heating is a bad winter

International Falls, Minnesota may have a patent to their claim of being the coldest, but in reality Pembina/St. Vincent is right up there with 'em!