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"Up here we don't just measure snow in inches, we measure it in feet!"
Did you Know?...Snow Blindness is a temporary loss of sight caused by bright sunlight reflected from snow. It usually lasts from several days to a week. Occasionally a person will have trouble distingusihing betweeen colors  after snow blindness and sees everything colored in red for a time. In most cases, snow blindness disappears when a person rests the eyes and remains indoors. Wearing sunglasses or goggles usually prevents snow blindness.