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Stunning Video of Snowy Path From Man’s Tahoe Door to Driveway

Written by Sophie BearmanPublished Mar. 17, 2023 • 2:45pm
Video stills from Greg Redlawsk's video filmed on March 8, 2023, in Truckee | Courtesy Greg Redlawsk

It took Greg Redlawsk three full days of shoveling to dig a path from his front door to his driveway after historic levels of snow blanketed the Tahoe region.

The task, he explained, took so long "partly because it just kept snowing!" he wrote in an email to The Standard.

Redlawsk, a full-time Truckee resident who lives near Donner Lake, posted a video of the cleared path on Reddit, to which a commenter responded (jokingly, we hope): "Keep shoveling, you missed a spot."

Check out the epic video.


It took a Truckee resident three full days of shoveling to dig this path from his front door to his driveway as snow pummeled the Tahoe region in March. Video courtesy: Greg Redlawsk #snow #tahoe #truckee #california #weather #fyp

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