Snow does some freaky shit here.
And the view after. Yes that's ice, and no it's not solid.
The rescued bike. Not much worse for the wear.
The novelty of snow and near-zero temperatures has all but worn off for me. I go for 2-hour runs outside most days, and lately the wind chill sticks around 10 degrees. Driving in snow is no problem, even without my car's 4WD. I can't go outside in sneakers anymore; I have to wear my big boots if I want to keep the snow on the outside of my shoes. Not that I mind any of this. Yesterday it got just above freezing, and I was quite comfortable in only a t-shirt and a hoodie.
Adjusting to life here has been difficult, but adjusting to the weather's definitely the easiest part.
Conversely, I keep the thermostat in the house at 60 degrees; my toes are always cold. And the heating bill still haunts my dreams.