1. You’ve worn your Halloween costume over a snowsuit.
One of the pains of having snow in autumn is that you always had to buy a costume two sizes too big when you were a kid. You look back in photo albums and all you see is a lumpy-frumpy princess. Not quite the look you were going for.
2. You know someone (if not yourself) who’s hit a deer more than once.
This problem grows the more north you go. Driving at night is one of the more stressful times; you must watch for potholes AND deer crossing the road. Sometimes in a two-hour drive from North Battleford to Meadow Lake you can see at least 50 deer alongside the road. Keep your eyes peeled!