She demonstrated the proper fall, hurtling herself into a snow bank.
The snow banks on either side of the road were nearly twelve feet high.
He often stood for long hours on street corners, near snow banks, with a Bush sign thrust above his head.
"Some of them have even jumped over snow banks and cars."
It's not very wide here, but deep, with a fast current and precarious-looking snow banks.
Up ahead, a snow bank headed right toward me.
A few days earlier, I had watched a young woman stepping over a snow bank.
The one from Kilcoole ran into a snow bank on the edge of the river.
One spring day Longtusk, wandering the land, happened to come by a snow bank.
You'd bring your kids and turn them loose in a snow bank.
A snow drift of paper is going to hit it.
She looked no more substantial than a small drift of snow.
There's a good, deep drift of snow just below the window here,' he went on.
It was like moving through the world's lightest drift of snow.
They dropped into the deep drifts of snow piled about the tree.
The door was wide open and there was already a drift of fine snow on the floor.
Strong winds created snow drifts of up to 2 meters deep.
She had landed on her backside in a great big drift of snow.
At last the dizzying fall slowed and he came to a stop in a deep drift of snow.
It landed with a soft sound and disappeared into the drifts of snow.