Bondi Resort Blog

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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Deep and Crisp and Even

We were lucky enough to dodge the ice storm that hit Toronto.

What fell up this way was snow. Lots of it. As the Christmas carol says, deep and crisp and even.

And our hydro stayed on. I think it is actually easier to deal with power outages here in the country. We are more used to getting them, for one thing. Virtually every house has an alternate form of heat -- wood stove, or propane fireplace. Everybody has a bbq in the back yard.  Many of us have generators.  None of that works well in the city, so Blessings on those still struggling with a lack of hydro.

For the Hydro-deprived, we still have space up here. We can help save Christmas (and New Years). We'll even give you a great deal. Not to mention a warm place to be.

1 comment:

  1. That ice storm missed Ottawa too; we got plenty of snow instead.

    I went down into southern Ontario at Christmas Eve (still there at the moment), and seeing the shimmering silver on the fields and the trees was lovely... but also a reminder of how dangerous a serious ice storm can be.