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RE: In the National Spotlight - again

  • Subject: RE: In the National Spotlight - again
  • From: "Pinterics, Michael W (MED)" <Michael.Pinterics@med.ge.com>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Dec 2001 00:59:30 -0600

It's sad to say but I'm envious.  I wish we had the
snow.  If we did the cold wouldn't seem so terrible.
Highs in the low teens and no snow to speak of.
I, undoubtedly, don't want all of what you've got
but a good foot or so I'd be happy with.
I must say living on the West side of one of the
big ponds does have it's advantages.
Take care and most of all take it easy!

-----Original Message-----
From: Lori Johnson [mailto:IJATSON@prodigy.net]
Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2001 9:26 PM
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
Subject: In the National Spotlight - again

Well, we made the national new AGAIN! Two years in a row we have had
such tremendous amounts of snow fall in short order that Buffalonians
are in the new again. The Weather Channel visited us yesterday to
announce that Buffalo has been the lucky recipients of 4-5 feet of snow.
Here in Tonawanda, a northern suburb of Buffalo, plows and snowblowers
are keeping good pace, but other ares in WNY have been the winners of
even more spectacular amounts of the powdery white mulch and are in a
State of Emergency! 
The snow odessy began on Christmas Eve with a healthy two foot
accumulation in a 5 hour period. Up until that day, we had less than one
inch of total snowfall here. The gods were merciful on Christmas day and
decided everyone should be able to rest for a bit. The rest was short
however, and my aching muscles are testiment enough for the labors of
what lie ahead on the 26th and 27th. We are still in the throes of this
storm, and the prediction is for another 12 - 20 inches overnight. I can
only hope and pray that we get the full 20 inches so that my office will
remain closed tomorrow and I can work on our local society newsletter!
I am once again offering free white mulch to anyone willing to come and
claim it! 
PS Bring a shovel.....
Lori Johnson
Tonawanda, NY

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