Ordering Pizza in the Arctic 05 Tuesday Feb 2013 Posted by danielwalldammit in Bad Photography ≈ 20 Comments TagsArctic, Humor, Oops, Ordering Out, Photography, Pictures, Pizza, Snow, Winter This was after about two and a half days of blizzard. The odd thing is that I don’t actually think it snowed, but apparently the wind blew straight at my door for awhile. 71.271549 -156.751450 Share this:TweetShare on TumblrPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Yikes! Oh well, at least you have food. I hope you tipped well. 🙂
I always try to tip well, especially people who bring me food in subzero weather.
Enchanted Seashells said:
WOW! It looks cold!
it looks COOL 😉
That too. 😉
Actually, it’s been a rather mild winter, but yes, that’s still cold by any reasonable standard.
Well the pizza wasn’t THAT good. 😉
Aweeeee… Looked great, though! Guess you can’t have everything, eh? LOL… 😀
Yeeikes. That would scare me :)!
I have to admit I was a little taken aback. It had just occurred to me that I should dig my way out before the pizza guy came, and I opened the door to see just how bad it was (and that he was already there).
Juliana Lightle said:
I decided long ago that I would never survive where you live. I loathe cold and even think 40 is too cold so…but I really enjoy your Arctic posts. Been close to there in summer but not that warm even then.
Nah, 40s is a common summer temp. …which feels hot after this kind of winter.
Hahaha that’s hilarious!
A different perspective. Love it.
Glad you liked it.
Maria Falvey said:
Saw your response in the comments about 40 being summer weather – I lived in Montana where daytime highs were sometimes as low as -26 (that was the lowest during my time there) – and you’re right when it warmed up to 20 you’d actually see people in shorts and a fleece jacket. Proves, it’s all relative. 🙂
It’s amazing what you can get used to. Every fall, I feel terrible at around zero. By Spring, I am happy to walk to work in twenty-below. …barring a headwind.
John Edwards said:
I enjoy reading your tweets, beautiful up there