The Fawnskin Snow Berm Fairy Strikes Again

It seems that Katie down the road was not the only recipient of a gift from the Fawnskin snow berm fairy. I am very low energy today and was pondering how I could finish clearing out the berm blocking my driveway as I neared home after walk with Shadow and her mom…because seriously, I could hardly make my normal walk…

snow berm fairy
but to my extreme delight, upon ambling around the bend, I discovered that the Fawnskin snow berm fairy had already visited my parking pad!

For those of you who don’t know the legend, the Fawnskin snow berm fairy is kinda like the tooth fairy, except for it is a more elusive sort.

You can never figure out just when he (usually a he) will show up and bestow the berm busting blessing upon you…and the fairy really favors Fawnskin. In fact, I don’t know that he visits other places in the valley.

You know, I think I spied the fairy early today when I left for my walk…he leaves unique markings in the snow and I could see one of the tell tale tracks in the snow near my stair entry…so if you are reading this…a big, big thank you.

You’ll never know how much it was appreciated because I physically wouldn’t have been able to do break that sucker down and clear it today.



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  • 1
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    February 2nd, 2008 08:47

    BTW: You should not be parking on the roads or highway. Vehicles blocking snow plows may be towed and fines are about $150.

    From KBHR 933.3:
    Per the newly adopted Snow Berm Reduction Policy, residents can expect a 50 to 80% reduction in their berm when up to 10 inches of snow have fallen.

    The new policy states that for snow levels of 16 inches or more, there may be no berm reduction services for up to 24 to 72 hours after the snowfall stops.