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Saturday, February 6, 2010

And it's only half over...

25 inches and counting...

26 comments:

Anne said...

Dang. That's some real snow, there.

The Source said...

Oh. My. STARS! You're gonna need Pa from Little House on the Prairie to come dig y'all out before the weekend's over. It's beautiful, but I cannot imagine all that freezing cold sogginess! Stay warm.

Mahmee said...

I've been following the storm somewhat on the news. Ghaaack! That's some crazy snow. I hope you're hunkered down with a lot of supplies!
M.

Stefanie said...

My. Oh my...

Jill said...

Um, WOW! And here I sit with 14" and I am complaining.........

Colin and Jill Canada said...

WOW! That's a great picture!

Oh and don't go doing any snow angels, you could be buried alive!

Jill

somebodyneedsanap said...

wow....just WOW.

I think you should have gotten out of Dodge for this one, if at all possible....like someplace warm and tropical.

The big question for me is what does the weather look like next week, and what are the chances the kids will got to school next week?

Gail said...

Amazing!!!! I'm impressed and I live in the frozen tundra.

Sharie said...

I told my brother he might as well move back to the midwest...then he could afford a bigger house and a bigger driveway;) That's too deep to even try to use a snowblower.

Chris said...

Rather you than me...we have our 21"
that is enough...we need to get fingerprinted on Mon. I'm praying for dry roads.

adoptionroad said...

Just think how strong your going to be by the end of this weekend! ;-) I say you tunnel through, find the only open Starbucks and allow your Prince Charming to finish the rest. Just an idea.

Myrnie said...

Good gracious! I won't even tell you that it's 51 degrees outside- the girls are in their shirt sleeves having a picnic on the deck.

Good luck!!!! (And if you see any boys with tags on...will you give them so cocoa, for my brother's sake? BRRR!)

The Straight's said...

Whew, glad I live down here in the south :) Stay warm.

Patricia/NYC said...

OH. MY. GOODNESS!!!!

That is some REAL snow!!
Take it easy with the shoveling!!

Keep warm & be sure to take MANY hot cocoa breaks! ;)

epin said...

We are right there with you. I think we're at 24 inches right now.

Kristi said...

Only once in my life have I ever seen snow like that. We got snowed in at Timberline Ski Resort back in 2003 with 42 inches of fresh snow. Talk about being at the right place at the right time! Our youth group earned a free ski lift ticket the last day by using cafeteria trays to dig out the lifts...

Kim K. said...

I'm sooooo jealous. West MI could use another good storm. We've had the weather channel on all day watching your area. Be safe.

PS. I updated my blog with more CNY crafts this morning.

Anonymous said...

Oh TM, this means that Pile of Snowy What-Not in front of your home just might hang around until Easter. Or Memorial Day. And the Neighborhood Horde just might take over in the mean time.

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

YIKES.....I figured as much.... we escaped with only 12 inches.....sorry, not trying to rub it in. This winter has been so bizarre.....every storm you have gotten more than us....it should be the reverse based on where we live!

Dita said...

I can't even believe it. We LITERALLY only got 1/4 inch and we were all geared up for it. Everywhere I look blacktop is seen. Not a plow needed and I have 3 very disappointed kids (one being my hubby) that they can't go sleigh riding!

that is some SERIOUS snow. I can hear Ring's snowblower from here.

Kim said...

Holy cow!! That's a lot of snow!!

In Michigan the sun is shining and not a flake in sight. That would be a snowflake because I'm sure there's plenty of flakes out there. Not that I would consider myself a flake :-)

Chris said...

OH!MY!GOODNESS!!!!!!

Laura L. said...

Are you serious? I may not ever complain about our snow again!

Don't let the Tongginator out there. She might get lost in that snowy deepness.

Dawn said...

Looks identical (right down to the shovel!) to some of the pictures that are coming in from our VA friends and family. Have you read the Little House on the Prairie book lately - the one about the blizzard? Might be a good time to pull that one out to read. Then you could all pretend that you are the Ingalls family and bake bread or something.

Sorry... I'm no help!

Donna said...

Wow! I'm not used to seeing that at all! Amazing. And, by the way, it's an EXCELLENT photo too!

Stay warm!

Donna
Our Blog: Double Happiness!

Suzie said...

Holy Moly!!! Someone's gonna need a massage after shoveling all that!!! Stay warm.