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Old Feb 5, 2008, 1:00 AM   #11
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Now THAT's some SNOW! Makes our 29 inches in two days look likea dusting.
Wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy.....Maybe you won't get any nmore. Jeez...Keep it out of Alabama. Folks here would wake up to that and immediatly commit suicide as they'd think the world had ended!

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That's really a lot of snow in a couple of days! I live as far north as Alaska, and so far this winter we have had 1/4 inch of snow, lasting for two days...

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Now THAT's some SNOW! Makes our 29 inches in two days look likea dusting.
The snow once everybody is dug out is a good thing. Rivers, lakes, grass this summer for the wildlife.


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Old Feb 5, 2008, 1:31 AM   #14
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mtngal wrote:
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Now THAT's some SNOW! Makes our 29 inches in two days look likea dusting.
Wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy.....Maybe you won't get any nmore. Jeez...Keep it out of Alabama. Folks here would wake up to that and immediatly commit suicide as they'd think the world had ended!

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Sorry Dawg, I don't have a phone number for Mother Nature or I would call her and tell NO to Alabama.


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Old Feb 5, 2008, 1:32 AM   #15
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That's really a lot of snow in a couple of days! I live as far north as Alaska, and so far this winter we have had 1/4 inch of snow, lasting for two days...

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Maybe we are getting your share this winter.


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Nasty business. We have nothing but temperatures in the 30s, low 40s with rain. Some snow would be a welcome change, as long as it wasn't like yours.

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this kind of snow justifies national emergency, not like here in UK. half inch of snow and they close schools due to bad winter .

we had a little snow last friday night and 120 cars were stranded on some major road. wonder what would they do if they saw snow like on your photos . one of my coworkers drives Suzuki vitara, small 4x4. he said he had to put it in 4x4 mode on motorway because it was that bad. that's just pathetic.

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Boy, that is a lot of snow. Hope it is not the wet/heavy kind. When all that starts melting....

We do not get lots of snow but this year we had plenty. I had to shovel every couple of days since early December. And we usually get our share in March. Two more months to go.

Cool shots. I would take lots of them and find a way to profit. I could see them used for "early snowblower maintenance service discount" in September:-)




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What is all that white stuff all over everything. Did you have a chemical Disaster or something :-) And I know you dont want me to tell you its 84 degrees F on my porch right now either :blah:
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Those are great pictures of the Chama snow fall. In 1972/73 we had 320 inches of snow in a USFS camp on the Mogollon Rim. Fun at first and pretty tiresome after 30 days. Folks came our with dog sleds and dog teams to play, but the snow was so soft the dogs sank to their bellies.
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