A Nova Scotia airport is offering travelers parked in the long-term lot shovels to dig their cars out of the 35 inches of snow that fell on the area this week.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport spokeswoman Ashley Gallant said the airport is providing shovels for travelers returning from vacation to find their vehicles have been buried in snow.
Gallant said the snow has led to a lack of parking spaces, as many of the vacant spots have yet to be plowed.
Not how I would handle it; but, better than nothing. And it ain’t my airport, anyway.
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Much better than being stranded yelling “Help!” I love Nova Scotia.