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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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