Yesterday, I was wondering if we would be getting a large amount of snow. While it wasn't another Snowmaggedon, it was not insignificant either! In the St. John's Metro Region of Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada, where I am writing to you from, we received over 30cm of snow, which equates to about 12 inches or a foot.
This year is a little interesting in that a lot of people are able to work from home - a novelty which has come because of the Covid-19 pandemic measures. During that time, people have learned to adapt. It's the same with our business. We have determined the best possible way to run the business in the safest way. We use shipping services to acquire product, supplies, etc. and we get our packages out to customers FAST. Check out the reviews on any of our products to see that.
Newfoundland is well-known as a place that receives much snow. Our cold arctic climate, especially in the Northern parts of the province are where the Atlantic Harp Seals come from that we use for our product. They live in the cold, pristine environment on ice floes.
How is the winter season where you are? Send me an email at terranovasealoil @ gmail.com and let me know!