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#1 posted 1632 days ago

I emailed my bud in Virginia and he said the forecast was for up to 30 inches of snow ,wow!

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#2 posted 1632 days ago

We had 18” in eastern Ohio.

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#3 posted 1632 days ago

None up here in New England! And that’s okay by me.

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#4 posted 1632 days ago

I agree with Chip. The thrill of shoveling the driveways is long gone. We got just got a dusting here in central Kentucky.

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#5 posted 1632 days ago

Here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, we were hit with almost 30”. I have shoveled my deck twice, just so the dog could go out. I can’t even get out of my front or side doors.

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#6 posted 1632 days ago

I shoveled about 18” of snow in the driveway. The car is not out yet. The poser was out from 3:00AM to 8:30AM on Sat morning and then from 10:30AM to 4:30PM. I was cooking on the BBQ. Some bread, cinimmon rolls and warming up a smokked chicken. I was carrying everything into the house when the power came on SO we contuinued the warming process in the house. I didn’t get it done in the BBQ. The cast Iron Dutch ovens did’t get as warm as was needed.

It looks like a lost about 6-7 Holly trees layed over and also broken off. The Holly leaves collected lots of heavy snow and they came down.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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#7 posted 1632 days ago

Heh, when I was a wee lad of 3 (1955) we moved from Minnesota…it snowed a cumulative 38 feet that year. When the stuff thawed, my dad said, “We’re going to California!”. Prolly saw that infamous Rose Parade.

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#8 posted 1632 days ago

My brother lives in Minnesota. The first time I was up there, I looked at the corner of his yard and asked, what is that stake in the ground? He said it has marks on it, so everybody can tell how many feet of snow there is. The only thing I could think is glad I don’t live here during the winter..

-- Tim, Missouri ....Inside every older person is a younger person wondering what the heck happened

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#9 posted 1632 days ago

Weather report from the Maritimes (i.e., east of Maine ;0)

http://i544.photobucket.com/albums/hh321/trrh_photos/Feb7-2010.jpg

“Warm” today -7C (20F) and a dusting of snow…..BUT much better tomorrow since…

Here today, gone to Maui….

cheers,
Terry

-- Terry, Fredericton, NB Canada

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#10 posted 1632 days ago

A brief light speckle of snow here in CT.
Sorry for all you south of us.
Hey Karson, I could put that holly to good use !! : )

Lisa

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#11 posted 1632 days ago

How big a piece you want Lisa. I plan on cutting it and ripping it into pieces on my bandsaw.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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#12 posted 1632 days ago

They say its set to get worse guys sorry but we had our fill in january

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#13 posted 1632 days ago

I am in New Jersey and we got hammered, excuse the pun, I have a 4 Runner and the snow is up to the wheel well. I cannot open either doors of my house the glass door shows it’s about 4 ft. up against the house the front is a little less. Sorry i do not have pics of this years snow storm, you really could not go out in this one since the winds were so strong. The snow was so high by morning i could not get out.
It started a little after midnight and went to about 5-6:00 the next day. At the rate of 3” per hour, according the the weather channel, you can imagine how much we got.
I have to start to dig out today, I am in no hurry, :)
Ro

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#14 posted 1632 days ago

We had about a foot on Friday before the storm now well over 2’ here are some pics from this morning. The last is my son in-law and the Army national guard making a visit when we were without power.

-- Good judgement comes from experience and experience comes from poor judgement.

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#15 posted 1632 days ago

I got 14” to deal with here! Oooops, forgot the back slash there, 1/4” and LMAO @ the east coasties. Glad it missed us.

-- Carpenter assembles with hands, Designer builds with brains, Artist creates with heart!

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