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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-23-2016, 06:15 PM
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You beat me to that, tbfoto!

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Use the living room drapes.
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Blizzard of Jan 26, 1978 NW Ohio....20 foot drifts. Took me 18 hours straight with a 3020 JD with a front loader and blade in the back to open 1 mile of road....Now that is a snow storm!!!!!
I remember that in Wisconsin too, I was in the USMC at the time in sunny So. Cali. but my dad sent me pictures of the drifts up to the roof covering the front of the house. That was a biggy I'm glad I missed!


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Ready to ride home from work in 54 degree sunny weather, Ahh the Southwest!

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I saw a photo I just had to share. Funny but not !!!
Driving on snowy roads is not for weenies...
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We had a few tiny patches this morning when I looked outside. It was awful (;
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Well, at my house we recorded 30". I could hardly make it out of the holler. 4wd AND chains.

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We got about 30 inches of flurries. We did some snow blowing and shoveling yesterday but the wind erased all that effort in about an hour. Finally we just gave up, made pizza, and enjoyed a drink or two last night. Church is canceled today which never happens as it is a city church, but canceled none the less. Everything is closed and the city has a ban on travel.

Today is going to be a lot of work.

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Same here in Allentown. Still waiting for the snow plow to clear the streets. I could ride up and down the three car length and two width driveway if I really went into withdraw.
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