Someone in Newfoundland had the best solution to their door being totally blocked by snow
The whole country had eyes on Newfoundland this weekend as the province started to dig itself out after a enormous snow storm.
It's safe to say that Canadians were in awe of the resilience of the people in Newfoundland, as well as their "make the best of it" attitude when it came to being completely snowed in.
Some people got creative when met with a wall of snow outside their doors, and went as far as creating a makeshift cooler for storm beverages.
The drinks probably go great with their storm chips.
People in Newfoundland were met with so much snow when they opened their doors that they had to start by shoveling some of it into their bathtubs in order to get out of the house. But not before making an outdoor fridge.
Newfoundlanders are nothing if not ingenious @NatashaFatah — We need two things to live here: survival skills and a sense of humour! This has both. Thanks Allan Horwood!! #Snowmageddon2020 #nlwx @cbcnews @cbcnl #blizzard2020 pic.twitter.com/YBLhgqi1YL— Chris O'Neill-Yates (@oneillyatescbc) January 18, 2020
Many people anticipated losing power as a result of the storm, so really creating a snow fridge is just being prepared.
Most of Newfoundland is still working to dig themselves out after the major storm.
St. John's is going on day four of a state of emergency.
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