Someone in Newfoundland gave themselves a snow bath during storm of the century
Most of Newfoundland was buried in snow on Friday, causing entire cities to shut down completely.
While normalcy became unhinged by the storm, the people of Newfoundland managed to keep their sense of humour intact.
Take this man for instance, who decided to have a bath inside a tub full of snow.
Kinda cold #Snowmageddon2020 #nlblizzard2020 #NLblizzard @975krock @Tony975KROCK pic.twitter.com/1bmsxSlVXk— Mark Browne (@barhaven) January 18, 2020
Leave it to a Newfoundlander to crawl into a tub of snow in the midst of the snowstorm of the century.
Many people were completely snowed in, and were met with a wall of snow outside their doors. People began to shovel their way out by dumping snow in their bathtubs.
So here's how things look now. Had a hand from upstairs landlord (thanks so much) who has a snow scoop. Basically I just have to knock down this little bit in the doorway and toss it in the bathtub. Winds still quite high and it's minus 11 Celsius here... pic.twitter.com/rX44wqS3WY— Ernie Powell (@etrevorpowell) January 18, 2020
Hopefully the bathtub was close to the door for the poor souls who had to shovel from the inside out.
Starting the digging out process of #nlblizzard2020— Adam AJ Moore (@ADooMMeaR) January 18, 2020
Couldn't throw the snow high enough to make any leeway so I started to take the snow inside... and fill up my bathtub. pic.twitter.com/gry2KvelBa
A state of emergency in St. John's is continuing on Monday for a fourth day in a row.
About 76 centimetres of snow ended up accumulating in the storm that started on Friday and finished Saturday morning in a record breaking snowfall.
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