Cabin Fever

As I reported last, we were initially happy when Mal found his missing half meter of snow yesterday. However, we were less than pleased to see it continue, and continue, and… Last night tent poles broke under the weight of the onslaught. Bish and I woke every hour or so to bash the walls of the tent clear of snow. Towards early morning our bashing became more enthusiastic, yet futile, as the tent became almost completely buried save for a small pyramid at the very top of the dome. Poking our heads out of a small gap at the front vestible like two confused meercats, we were met with a post apocalyptical world of white: here is my impression of what we saw:

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