I live off-campus but close enough to walk. With the lovely weather in Aberdeen I have to admit that I often fear for my life as I walk to campus on the ice and snow. Do you have any advice on how I can get to class without hurting myself?
Missing the Summer Sun
Dear Missing the Summer Sun,
The treacherous tundra that they call the Aberdeen Winter can be a lot to take in. You’re in luck, though, because Thunder knows exactly how you can handle this. You’re going to need a nice fur coat like Thunders; fake fur, though, no Wolf would wear a member of their pack as a jacket. Also, snowshoes become very important, and no, I don’t mean those silly wicker things to walk on top of deep snow, I mean a pair of shoes that when wet won’t soak your socks, because there is nothing worse than wet socks while sitting through a lecture. That being said, the only other thing I can think of is to cut through the Student Center and Tech Center whenever possible. They’re there for a reason and that reason is so we don’t have to endure the frigid temps. Hope you make it out without frostbite.
Thunder the Wolf
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