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.
Their car ends up half buried in a snow drift and they are unable to budge it.
Yes, winter, The funeral car got bogged down in a snow drift.
A snow drift of paper is going to hit it.
Pen stared at a snow drift, piled against a plastcrete wall.
Strong winds created snow drifts of up to 2 meters deep.
Often this is done for the purpose of skiing or even preventing snow drift in certain areas like roads.
Wind-blown snow drifts were as high as 30 inches in some areas.
Except when the snow drift got too thick, or at night, every time I looked that way I'd soon see his spout.
I am reasonably confident, say, that they are capable of tracking an elephant through a snow drift.
She went to the shed behind the carriage house, floundering through the snow drift.