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Re: Blizzard

> I've posted some photos of the snow. We got over a foot, but it's hard to
> tell in the pictures. I didn't stay outside long as it was nippy.  I did go
> over the walkway to the house one more time.  My husband did it this am
> thank goodness!
> http://snipurl.com/mhta


I was kind of hoping we'd get a snow like that here, but we barely got
a dusting.  I love the silence after a heavy snow.  I want to put on my
boots and go for a long walk hearing nothing but the crunching of snow
beneath my feet.  :)


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