Drove up to my folks place in Pioneer on Christmas evening. Stayed a couple days and it puked at their house the entire time. Did some snowshoeing around Peddler Hill, and down some unplowed roads near the house. Did a ton of shoveling around the house, and also got stuck in the snow at the end of the street in my Lezbaru. Took a turn too wide and got stuck in some thick stuff buried underneath some fresh snow that was leftover from the snowplow earlier in the day. Had to shovel myself out, but then ended up with a flat tire. Turns out I had a screw in the tread, which I didn't know about because the tire wasn't losing pressure, and sheared the head off when I spun the rear tires. Changed a flat for the first time ever which wasn't too bad. Luckily have a full-sized spare. Trees and powerlines down everywhere due to the weight of snow, which usually doesn't pile up to such heights at 3500'. Had a fun stay, and made some snowpeople on the deck after I shoveled it.