#212626 - 01/23/0505:05 PMRe: SO, who got how much snow?
You mean there's bad acting, people outrunning tidal waves and impossible circumstances everywhere? <br><br>"Hey, assistants of mine... nevermind YOUR families and loved ones--help ME find MY son and one of you will die in the process." "Sure boss... let's get going!"<br><br><br><br>
#212627 - 01/23/0505:57 PMRe: SO, who got how much snow?
More pictures posted here: http://homepage.mac.com/dreed2/PhotoAlbum46.html<br><br>It's still coming down at the rate of (guessing here) at least 3 or 4 inches per hour. Can't get out of the house. Doors are blocked in. My neighbor's house is the same. Can't see the rest of the neighborhood. Visibility is about 500 feet or so. <br><br>This was my driveway a few hours ago. It's worse now. <br><br><br><br>Lots of seasoned firewood on the porch. Margarita fixings for later, including salt for the edge of the glass, chili, beer... Just hope the power doesn't go out. I'm the only person in the house who likes to play cards. Wanna come over for a card game? ;-)<br><br>
Bleh! One thing I don't miss at all is having to deal with a car in that kind of weather. Even the very few heavy snowfalls I saw in NYC were easier for not having a car to dig out. Just walk or take the subway to where ever you needed to go. Hell, I hate having a car in Fla. for that matter!<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
I can't tell how much more snow we got here in Lancaster (PA) overnight.<br><br>It stopped late afternoon yesterday, then started back up a bit overnight, and the wind really picked up. Some places, I see 18" deep, other places, I see bare yard and driveway.<br><br>As for wicked snowstorms, I'm still remembering fondly the storm we got in February 2003. One of the biggest on record here in my area.<br><br>I have pix...should I do a web slide show?<br><br>
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