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RE: and the snow totals are....

Well Auralie, be careful, take lotsa breaks and only shovel what you have
to! I loved snow when I was a kid, meant time to play and make some spending
money, guessing kids now a days don't need the spending money part.

Thinking I would reschedule the construction to a tad later, although they
may do that for you.

Stay warm!


> -----Original Message-----
> I got up and looked out at 5:15 AM to see if there was a chance we
> could make it to early church - snow hadn't started when we went to
> bed last night.  At that point there seemed to be about 3 inches but
> it was snowing heavily, and there was no sign that our little road had
> been plowed, so I went back to bed.  Got up at 6:45 and was
> astonished to find at least 10 inches.  Still no plowing, so we could
> not have gotten out.  It is still snowing, though not as hard.  I'd say
> we have nearly a foot.  Since it is Sunday, the person who plows
> for us isn't likely to make an effort to get people out quickly.  The
> town doesn't plow our lane - we have to contract with a local
> person.  We have workmen coming tomorrow to replace an
> ancient shower in the laundry room - don't know how they will
> get in, since the access is from the back and the way isn't easy
> to clear.  I certainly won't let Chet do the shoveling, and I'm not
> too keen to do it myself.  I guess something will work out.
> Maybe for an extra arm or leg they will shovel it for us.
> When my boys were growing up, they used to go around
> looking for shoveling jobs after ours was done - like the extra
> spending money.  Nowadays the kids around here wouldn't
> think of doing such a thing - are offended to be asked.
> Hope everyone else is weathering this - How about the
> Long Island people?  Chris?  Eve? Holli?
> Auralie

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