The temperatures are getting warmer and the feeling in our toes has rightfully been restored. Bostonians can also see glimpses of grass, but despite all of that, the city has become home to some of the grossest snow banks that still cling on for dear life.
As the weather warms up, some of Boston’s snow banks reveal a whole host of treasures.
— Robin (@caulkthewagon) March 10, 2015
Even if those treasures might mean trash.
Just look at all of those lovely cigarettes.
Snow banks are no longer mountains of fluffy white snow.
And one person has a guess as to why.
Even some of the city’s most beautiful spots look gross.
There’s this gem that provides a little hope.
— Goddess of Art & War (@USAF_Athena) March 9, 2015
But still, people have given up on snow as snow has given up on us. Especially this driver, as captured by Boston.com Senior Writer Hilary Sargent
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And soon enough, the city will no longer be filled with snow banks but rather deep puddles of melted snow with rubbish garnished on top.