We were driving through the Yorkshire Dales on the way to the Lake District. It was gorgeous and the views were breathtaking.
Tootling along a road at the top of a valley, I noticed poles by the road used to mark how high the snow was each year.
I was confused.
'Steve, how can the snow get that high? There are houses down in the valley! People can't live in them can they? If the snow gets that high here then they would be, like, 25 feet under the snow!'
Steve nearly swerved off the road.
'Snow doesn't fill up does it! It lays where falls. It isn't like filling a bath! Otherwise your mum's house, at the bottom of the hill, would be constantly under the snow in winter. God, Liv, it is like when you asked why the sea was always down the hill and not up!'
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