What is normally a 14-hour drive spread over two days turned into a three day drive. The first night, we overnighted in Rouyn as usual and then expected to make the last 7 hours, pulling in on Sunday evening.
Now, I knew a snow storm was coming, but I didn’t think it was a huge issue. Thankfully we still had our snow tires on and it helps to have J. with me to swap when one of us gets tired. But the problem was actually the fact that the James Bay Highway did not have enough trucks for snow removal, since the contract ends April 30th. There were still plows on the road, but it meant that everything took a little longer. Thankfully work was canceled today.
Back home now and watching season 5 of Call the Midwife!