Welcome to Winterpeg
I don’t see a lot of daylight now since I went back to work downtown. It’s still dark when I leave at 7:10 in the morning and since I’ve been working overtime everyday, I usually leave work at around 5:00 to 6:00 at night and it’s already dark. The only time I see daylight is on the weekends. When I work overtime on a Saturday, I leave the house at 7:40 a.m. That’s around daybreak. I took these pictures this past weekend. The first two were taken at Portage Avenue at 8:10 on Saturday morning. We had quite a snowfall the night before.
More pictures after the snowfall.
This one is on our street. I love this fence that the owner built around their house.
The kids (my youngest son and my nephews and nieces) built this fort and tunnel in our backyard.
This one’s the side of our house. That pile of snow is starting to get higher.
Winterpeg, by the way, is the nickname coined to the city of Winnipeg because of its very cold and long winters. Winters that usually start on October 31 and last up to April. Winters in which temperature of minus 30 C is normal.