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bigjohnsd

Good luck men!

Stories will be told in the Catskills in July I'm sure. :D

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River19

I have all of 20" on the ground and I laugh when they claim 14" a town over.....if they don't have 20", wait a minute....

Driveway done twice, a large space in the back cleared out for the pups.....so what does Remy do?  Jumps in a snowbank and pees with his dick plugged in the bank......Lexi tried to follow him but pussed out....

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PWZ
roasted tomato, basil, and garlic sauce was a hit. Neighbor down the street is celebrating with some fireworks. Bathroom renovation should be finished tomorrow. So far, the only downside to this storm is that Cabelas was closed when I tried to stop in there earlier.

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Franz
The wind and last night's Ruben woke me up at 2:30 this morning. Hard to tell how much snow is out there. The deck only has about 2 inches of snow. Then I noticed that the snow level on the ground is even with the level of the deck that is about 15 inches off the ground. Wind is really howling at 4 AM. Amazed to still have power here in Raymond, ME

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gaberdeen
Hope all my friends up north are ok. Just finished shoveling the driveway. We only got about 11 or 12 inches here.

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Brad Eden
Blowin and snowin hard right now. Couldn't open front or back door without heaving snow out of the way. Can't say how much, too much drifting. Gotta be over a foot so far. Gonna take a shower before power goes out, can't believe it hasn't already.

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bosco mctavitch
Damn storm was too far south!   :angry:   Only about 6 inches here. Hoping for more at higher elevations...gonna find out soon.

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browndog

0700  Brentwood NH

the fleet ..

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browndog

0700

the front yard

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browndog
sreen porch ...  fine powdery snow

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gunsrus
Good morning . We lost power around 11pm . Started the generator and all is well . Snowblowed a couple paths to the street so the dogs could pee and poop . So far at least 2 feet with drifts well over 5 . Supposed to stop around 1pm . 91% of Plymouth County lost power . My neighbor who works for the power company just got promoted to VP. Lucky me , I expect to be online shortly . :<img src=:'>

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browndog
2 gallons of Italian Wedding soup and 1 gallon of french onion ...  we're all set ....

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ScottGrush
I like your refridgerator browndog  :D , stay strong!

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sxsneubaum
Nice Paul.  The snow would be great, the blowing though, whew bet it's a bitch.

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Craig Doherty
Good morning . We lost power around 11pm . Started the generator and all is well . Snowblowed a couple paths to the street so the dogs could pee and poop . So far at least 2 feet with drifts well over 5 . Supposed to stop around 1pm . 91% of Plymouth County lost power . My neighbor who works for the power company just got promoted to VP. Lucky me , I expect to be online shortly . :<img src=:'>

Hang in there Al.

In the winter of '68 I lived in Reading, MA and we had a February that started like this -- I think we had three Nor'easters in a row.  Only went to school for about 6 days in the whole month.  Made (what I considered at the time) a small fortune digging out the neighbors.  The snowbanks at the end of the driveways were 6+ feet high.  Lived in Cambridge for the '78 storm.

Up here we've only got about 8 - 10 inches and it supposed to end later this morning.

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