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Oh hey Mother Nature, you've come really early this year.
What do we do now that the snow's started? I say, curl up in bed until spring. But that's generally just for bears.
Here's what I propose to getting through what's shaping up to be a long winter:
1. Take up a fun winter sport. Mountains look majestic when covered in white, so why not enjoy them from some ski's or a snowboard? Here in New Hampshire, the best resorts are Attitash, Bretton Woods, Cannon, Loon, and Waterville Valley.
2. On the sunny days between storms, head outside to absorb the vitamin at a less fast pace than when you'd fly down a mountain. College woods is usually a nice spot for a stroll or a snowshoeing adventure and downtown Portsmouth is good for window shopping.
3. Take advantage of the days it is cold and go for the indoor shopping trip at The Fox Run Mall. Winter fashions are crucial to staying warm and, personally, I get out of any funk I'm in by shopping.
4. Drink cocoa! Or herbal tea, or fancy coffee, or hot cider. Soups, chowders, and chilli's are other delicious hot treats that are best eaten with some holiday movie on in the background.
5. Curling up in bed is still my favorite past-time as not many find walking around campus enjoyable when it looks like this.
It's easy to fall with all the snow and ice; I already did it once.
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