Skeeter, and Angus, we got MORE snow, so you two won't be the winners of the When When contest.This is what it looked like yesterday morning:
We were supposed to get an inch of the stuff. instead, we got six. This is now the second snowiest winter since they started keeping records in New Hampster. We have had 115.2" of snow, which is WAY TOO MUCH!
Check out Google today. They have gone dark. We have decided to join them in Earth Hour.
I just found out about this event where millions of people around the world are joining together to make a statement about climate change by turning their lights off for an hour. It's called Earth Hour and I just signed-up to participate - I thought it might be something you'd want to look into. Earth Hour is on March 29 from 8 - 9 p.m. local time, and it looks like it's going to be really big. So far 25 cities around the world are taking part, including Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix and San Francisco in the U.S.
Sign up for Earth Hour by visiting www.earthhour.org/sign-up and join the movement with me.