LOL @ snow falling in areas where people aren't used to it.
Without winter you can't do this:
Love a high strung two stroke...music to my ears.
This is quoted from a website about climate in Montana. I love it here, love winter, y'all can keep your stinking hot humid crappy summer weather. I wish we could skip July and August.
"Annual snowfall varies from quite heavy, 300 inches, in some parts of the mountains in the western half of the State. Most of the larger cities have annual snowfall within the 30 to 50 inch range. Most snow falls during the November-March period, but heavy snowstorms can occur as early as mid-September or as late as May 1 in the higher southwestern half of the State. Mountain snowpacks in the wetter areas often exceed 100 inches in depth as the annual snow season approaches its end around April 1 to 15."