One of the things that amuses me a little is what I like to call the Canadian snow myth.
Well, let me be clear, pretty much *just* where I live but still, hear me out!
Often, there's this joke view of Canada as a snow filled vast expanse.
And yes, much of our country does have quite a snow filled Winter (or longer) but the West Coast, where I have always lived, does not. And little Victoria here? Hardly gets snow at all.
But the part that makes me laugh is when I travel down to the states and hear the "great white north" stuff and then I watch the weather at this time of year and? Snow in Nevada! Snow in Southern California! Snow in some other state. And here? Nope!
It's not a big deal, and I know it's partly a joke and partly a misconception about us Canadians, but it always makes me giggle when the states has snow and I don't.