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Depends upon if it the wind is blowing. I have seen drifts in excess of six feet with just six inches of actual snow.
That’s what I love about snow days; they are unplanned. So often we have our weekends and vacations planned down to the second. Not so with snow days. It’s wonderful.
Actually, the name of the story was “Rikki Tikki Tavi”.
Excuse me. What’s that thing rolling down Rip’s cheek here?https://www.gocomics.com/riphaywire/2014/09/17
Wow, how long has it been since we’ve seen these two in flight? They used to do it all the time. Now, hardly ever.
For some reason I am reminded of “El Macho” in his prime from Despicable Me 2.
Ah yes. Who remembers the “B.C.: The First Thanksgiving” TV Special? It was broadcast back in 1973 and kind of disappeared. Too bad. I thought it rather funny, myself.
That’s because those old cartoons were aimed for the adults but were perfectly safe for the kids.
This pancake running gag is getting old.
My experience, as well. I suspect the story is a myth.