At this point in the winter, most people living in the snow belt I'm sure, would gladly help out and make personal donations to help this man.
An Indiana man filled his pickup truck with snow and drove more than 700 miles to metro Atlanta just so his grandchildren could make a snowman.
Randi Dyer of Lawrenceville, Georgia, said her father loaded up his Chevy long-bed pickup with the white stuff and made the nine-hour trip to surprise his two granddaughters. But it wasn’t just the kids who got a kick out of seeing snow.
“I’ve been complaining all winter about not having snow,” said Dyer. She said her daughters, Bradleigh and Rileigh Graham, spent all morning building a snowman.
“My neighbors have been stopping to take pictures and wondering how we got snow in our yard,” said Dyer.
Initially, Dyer said her father, who was headed to Florida on a business trip, thought about filling up a cooler with snow.
“But Dad decided to take the truck and fill it completely with snow,” said Dyer. “Still, there’s nothing better than Indiana snow,” she said.
As a Canadian, may I state for the record that our snow is quality stuff, which unfortunately is available five months of the year. Perhaps this would be an interesting alternative or at least an addition to clearing the snow: offering residents living in the south the opportunity to come fill their trucks or whatever with snow. Free!
No mention of which state(s) he passed through but it's amazing that the snow didn't melt along the way.