Bugs Bunny traveled the same way.
Especially with more snow coming.
Colder and wetter too.
Yeah, but you’ll get snow down your trousers this way.
One setback though. You won’t be able to see when you run into a section of yellow snow!
Only if you know where you’re going…
Post box in B.C.?
Ah. Snow tunnels. It was fun to build and go into and through snow tunnels (and snow forts) when I was a kid. Also fun to make paths and trek around and over snowdrifts.
My favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon is the one with little Rocky the mobster.
She looks ready for whack a mole.
Cut-and-cover is easier in the end.
As a kid, I made a snow tunnel about 25 yards long from the front door of the house down to the end of the driveway across the lawn. A friend of mine and I worked on that for about two days. It definitely was not easier than shoveling but it was a whole lot more fun! At the end of the season, when the snow has started to melt, we put an end to the snow tunnel by going down to the end of it and standing up so that it all broke open.
Throw a “bi” in there and you’ll really have somethin’…
Great idea. Maybe one of those big dog obstacle course tubes from the door to the fire hydrant, or tree.
Ah, the days before global warming
Only if you are a mole… a very hearty mole.
I’m not sure how that would work with her attire as it is. ’Course, this is just a comic strip, but… ;-)
True and you only have to do it once no matter how much more it snows.
He really should have fooped when he popped up.
Except – you risk running into the giant snow worms!
What the heck does SHE want with HIM, I wonder?
Yes but much colder…..
Isn’t that what dachshunds do?
I wonder who or what delivers mail in nicely made paper?
Dad has photos from his days at Michigan Tech, on the Keweenaw Peninsula. Some show snow piled as high as they could throw it, and the walls carved vertical. Then boards or plywood were laid across for a roof, to form a tunnel. That way they could still get out of the house when it snowed more.
I can dig it.