Spring really is here—just not all day yet
Don’t be fooled by a second consecutive morning with snowfall; spring has definitely come early to Vancouver.
It’s true. Hear me out.
Once again today (February 28) you will notice that the snow ended by 10 a.m. sharp and I have no doubt whatsoever that the rest of the day and evening will be as spring-like as it was yesterday and the day before.
Vancouver’s flaky winter is all but over
What our morning-only snow showers tell me is that wintertime is no longer full-time. Winter’s hours have clearly been reduced to only one or two shifts a day, with spring stepping in early to take up the slack.
Whatever the reason, I’m certainly not going to shed any tears; it couldn’t happen to a nicer season (if you know what I mean).
And besides, in today’s climate, one sees the same thing happening everywhere—I mean traditional full-time positions being replaced with part-time shift work. Why should seasonal employment—whether hibernal or vernal—be any exception? Click the images to enlarge them.