In the snow of Quebec city, a tunnel to his house [PHOTOS]

Dans la neige de Québec, un tunnel jusqu'à sa maison [PHOTOS]

Isidore Juneau was that he spent too much time shoveling every winter. Then, this year, he decided to build a long passage between its entrance and its house of the district of Limoilou, in Quebec city.

Snow-covered, the passage of 32 feet in length has become a tunnel in the winter close to the record of flakes.

The shelter makes it much easier the lives of Mr. Juneau. His court and its entrance are located both at the front of his residence, 10th Street.

“I was tired of shoveling!” said Isidore Juneau.

In previous years, it was delaying the snow hard, she always ended by getting back his rights, pushed by the winds rushing into his yard.

Before being surprised by the storms, Mr. Juneau has made his shelter. He does not regret it at all : this winter, the snow banks around his home reach almost eight feet in height.

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Dans la neige de Québec, un tunnel jusqu'à sa maison [PHOTOS]

Isidore Juneau has built a long passage between its entrance and its house of Limoilou.

The Sun, Erick Labbé

Dans la neige de Québec, un tunnel jusqu'à sa maison [PHOTOS]

Isidore Juneau didn’t regret his initiative : this winter, the snow banks around his home reach almost eight feet in height.

The Sun, Erick Labbé

Dans la neige de Québec, un tunnel jusqu'à sa maison [PHOTOS]

Isidore Juneau in the tunnel

The Sun, Erick Labbé

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