This was taken tonight 228th st. It caught us all by suprised :)
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First of Spring.... Mount Baker
TowMaster says ... on Monday, Mar 9 at 9:30 PM
It's not that difficult to drive in snow, just don't be a moron about it. have the right tires, and when you start to slide DON'T SLAM THE BRAKES!!!!! gear down... even in an automatic. the "3-2-L" is there for a reason.
hologram5 says ... on Monday, Mar 9 at 8:10 AM
I grew up in California at 2500 ft elevation so I know what it is like in the snow. I do think that people need to calm down on the roads when it snows.
boopants says ... on Monday, Mar 9 at 6:52 AM
I apologize for the inconsidered and rude comments of fellow Washingtonians. It did turn bad very quickly out there.
mossyblog says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 10:29 PM
We're australian and the point of the video was to just highlight how fast things just turned the moment some frozen water fell from the sky :)
the comments made me laugh.
Everett says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 9:29 PM
Listen....I grew up in Eastern Washington (Wenatchee) and have lived on heavens side (Western) of the state since 1977. There are just as many lame brained drivers in Eastern Washington as here.
Woodinville says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 7:59 PM
I can agree somewhat, drivers around here can vary. You can get a inch of snow and people FREAK out, schools close, people stay home, it's unbelievable. But, if you can't handle the road, stay off it.
Goldy says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 7:32 PM
iq82101283 , after I posted my comment, I figured someone would comment about it.. (unfortunately I couldn't correct it in this forum) and commenting on spelling on these forums is as wasteful of time as watching the video.
Me2 says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 6:35 PM
WASTE OF TIME
iq82101283 says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 6:17 PM
Goldy can we knock your spelling skills?
cm257n7 says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 5:50 PM
Did I actually just watch two guys drive down the road for 2 minutes and 44 seconds? Tell me how that was so exciting? At one point someone is actually whistling as they drive along. Seriously people? Get a life!!
YourMom says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 5:30 PM
I think the two guys sound hot!
Goldy says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 5:22 PM
The snow in Western Washington is wetter, so it makes the tire one huge snowball. Far different than the dry snow of eastern washington, so stop knocking the driveing skills.
no one in particular says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 1:30 PM
Looks like they were just testing out their new camera.
UnfeignedRiot says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 10:52 AM
The real story was on Highlands drive last night where cars spun out and there was a car fire. This video told us nothing.
Andy says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 10:43 AM
Um, what is the point of this video???
WTF says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 9:20 AM
Drivers in Western WA don't do well...and that's being nice. Can't do snow, can't do rain, can't merge, don't get the concept of the passing lane, and it goes on.
Anonymous says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 8:57 AM
neither of these guys sound like washington natives - it is mostly the idiots from CA who move here can drive -sounds like you are referring to them
Anonymous says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 8:51 AM
Yes, except we have HILLS... which justifies us driving like weenies.
Brandon Hatch says ... on Sunday, Mar 8 at 8:18 AM
LOL. You guys in Western Washington drive like weenies when it snows and then lake RACE CAR drivers when its raining. Makes no sense!
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