wtf snow???

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Black 93 Fox

Active Member
Jun 1, 2003
Yeah this is how my morning went. Got up got ready for work closed the front door then turned around and snow everywear. I was like hmmm how to get to work in a K car in the snow. After I got out of class last night it was snowing on my way home but it wasnt sticking at all then when I got home it wasnt even sticking. I was shocked the snow actually stuck first time for awhile.


New Member
Nov 9, 2005
Beaverton, OR
Been snowing off and all all night, watching it from the window at work. Some is sticking, but it is a low traffic area so I presume it will stick here before it sticks on the main roads. I wonder how many weenies are gonna call in sick, and how many schools will be closed :bs: :rolleyes:


White by Birth, Trash By Choice
Founding Member
Nov 29, 1999
It was snowing at 3 am when I took the trash out, I figured it was a fluke so I went to bed and really didnt think much about it. Then at 7 am when I got up to take the kid to school there was over an inch.

All I have to say is people in the Valley turn into dumbasses and forget how to drive when it snows.

The Factor

New Member
Jul 12, 2003
Left work last night around 2 am and it was snowing like a beatch. Going down the 26 it was thick on the roads but I just threw it in 4 wd and motored wright threw it. I even picked the lane with the heaviest snow. Im sure loving my truck what a blast. Definately not missing driving my cobra in this snow. You guys and gals be careful if you dont have a 4x4 and even if you do watch out because you may have good traction going forward but when its time to stop its the same as is if you had a 2wd. So becareful!!!!!!!:nice:


New Member
Dec 1, 2005
Old Miltia
All we had up north was just a little slush...

But enough to have some pretty good drift practice/doughnuts :D

I burned off around an 1/8 tank just screwin' around after work at 5:30, but its still definitely good practice for when the snow actually does stick. I plan to be prepared for when the big snow (read=1") hits Skagit County and people head for their bomb shelters.