Snow

February 14, 2007 at 7:52 am Leave a comment

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A couple of pictures from this morning taken from the safety of the house.  Yes, I did shovel snow yesterday BEFORE the ice rain hit.  I tried again last night at dusk – the problem was, I couldn’t get through all the ice on the top of the new snow.  So, when I went out this morning, I could only get the driveway to look like it does below.  I’m waiting for the plough to run the neighborhood once more before I rescue the mail box (so I can get my mail).  The mail man won’t stop if they can’t get to the mailbox.  Uggh!  Anyway, school is out again today.  It was out yesterday, too.  I really can’t complain though – I’m not digging out from over 100 inches like people in upstate New York. 

Indianapolis readers – be safe, please!

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