Mayor Marty Walsh a couple of weeks ago called for tweeted guesses as to when the ginormous snow farm on Tide Street in Southie would finally melt. Recall that the spot was one of a handful where a blizzard-battered city dumped its flakes over the winter. The snow improbably remains, though what some have nicknamed Mt. Neverest is really mostly frozen garbage and assorted filth at this point. Oh when will Evaporation Day arrive?
When the Red Sox win the World Series #BOSMeltNow— katie honan (@katie_honan) July 7, 2015
@marty_walsh #BosMeltNow Our team thinks August 7th!— BNID (@BNID_Tweets) July 7, 2015
#BosMeltNow I'm going with October 1.— mindy (@mindy) July 7, 2015
#BosMeltNow when the Yankees actually beat the Red Sox to win the series. #GoMets!— Daryl Changstein (@iamnotatwit) July 7, 2015
· Remnant of Boston's Brutal Winter Threatens to Outlast Summer [NY Times]
· This Southie Lot Is Where Boston's Snow Goes to Die [Curbed Boston]
· Our Snow Patrol archive [Curbed Boston]