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Re: snow

When our power went off at 6 a.m. today we were having a blizzard!  Snowed 
about 6-8 inches, which is very unusual here.  20 miles west of us had hardly 
any snow.  The down side is very few people here know how to drive in it so 
there were lots of cars in ditches.  I was grateful for the 23 years spent living 
in New England when I had to drive to Memphis to get snow equipment for my 
grandchildren, who spent last night with me.  The "grands" have had a blast 
playing in it, and I got some good exercise shoveling the driveway.  I think I have 
the only snow shovel in town. <LOL>
zone 7
West TN

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