• Tianna Seeley

    Tianna Seeley

    Class of 2013
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    Tianna's Bio:
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It’s going to S-N…Shhh!

The weather is changing and that means only one thing.  Before too long, Duluth and our beautiful campus, will turn into a winter wonderland. After living in Minnesota for all of my life, I’ve come to terms with the subzero, windy, “white” months of winter however, I still don’t like to admit that it’s almost here. So for those of you that have never spent a winter in Duluth, there are a couple of things you should know.

1. If you don’t have your winter gear (multiple sweaters, warm jackets, snow pants, mittens, hats, scarves, boots…yes you’ll need it all) get it now.

2. Have a shovel and heavy duty window scraper on hand.

3. Buy carrots. You never know when it’ll be time to make a sn*wman.

4. If your vehicle is light, put sandbags in the trunk.

5. Plan ahead. If you need to go somewhere, go to your car 30 minutes before you actually need to leave in case you need to unbury or de-ice your vehicle.

6. Bring some sleds from home or buy some. Our campus has alot of great hills for sledding.

7. Never keep your car below a quarter tank. Frozen gas lines are never fun.

8. Watch for notices about when they will be plowing the parking lots.

9. You can rent cross country skis and sn*w shoes from the Burns Wellness Center

10. There are always shovels and a battery charger at the Campus Operator.

I hope that I didn’t jinx this wonderful weather we’ve been having by doing this post but hey I did avoid the “S word”.

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