A Bargain at Half the Price

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This has been the state of things here in New England this winter. More snow than we know what to do with. This picture appeared in The Salem News the other day. Basically, it says it all for us.

Got to get back to work. Take care, friends.

Cheers,

Bex

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5 Responses to A Bargain at Half the Price

  1. JJ says:

    I’ve been working late every day this week so I ws shocked when I pulled into my driveway tonight at 5:15 and realized that all of the snow on my front lawn had melted. It’s good to see grass again!

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  2. Mizzable stuff! I remember a drift that reached the eaves of our 2-storey house after a blizzard in the early 1970s. You must have gotten more than 12 feet of snow all told, this winter!

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  3. Bex says:

    To be fair, that is a pile of plowed snow. Piles like this are everywhere, on every corner, etc., and some are even several building-stories high. It’s not so “wet” but more frozen to solid ice underfoot, too, which makes walking extremely dangerous, especially for people like me who have dodgy hips/legs/balance. All in all, I will be as happy as an Egyptian-on-February-11th when this snow all melts away and we can see green grass again.

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  4. TopsyTurvy says:

    Hi, Bex! You’ve been missed. šŸ™‚ Yes, we have quite a bit of snow here too, but not quite that much. I’m not thrilled about having to move furniture in snow and ice next weekend.

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  5. rhubarb says:

    Looks to be about 4 feet deep. Brrrrh! Be careful in all that wet, slippery stuff.

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