It”s time to get ready for snow. There”s no telling how much snow we will receive this year.
In light of this uncertainty, we have to be ready to improvise and work with whatever happens. For those of us who are less crafty, advice from the Internet will suffice in making sure we have the tricks and tips we need to get through the winter.
One such trick comes from Buffalo, NY meteorologist Zack Green, who dealt with the lake-effect snow that has blasted upstate NY. The snow is so high at his door that it blocks his entrance. However, he didn”t fret; he proved his genius.
This much snow is just insane, and you”ll go insane if you don”t find some way to cope with it.
After hours of shoveling and clearing hundreds upon hundreds of pounds of snow, some of us enjoy a nice cool beverage to wind down.
But the fridge might be packed full of “necessary items” like vegetables and other unappealing foodstuffs. Where are you supposed to keep your beverage of choice?
The answer is right in front of you this whole time. Why waste hours of time and energy moving the snow from your doorway when it”s practically inviting you to turn it into a nifty fridge? Do what Zack Green did: make a snow fridge.
This is a cheap and easy way to keep your beverages cool and fresh during the winter. Just remember to put your beer in the real fridge once the snow starts to melt. Nobody wants a warm beer.