Monday, January 31, 2011

Snow, snow, snowy snow snow

For those of you living in warm climates without snow...or those of you who live in snowy climates without snow...or those of you who have had enough of all the snow but are still curious to see the little corner where I live...I took a video last week of the snow at our house.

Apparently, we've gotten over 61" since Christmas...the first storm mostly melted away; but the ones since then haven't really gone anywhere so we're stuck with a LOT of snow and no where else to put it should we get any more before it hopefully melts a bit.

Please don't mind my inability to name difficult to remember things like: Rhodedendron....or...Fire Hydrant...or blizzard. I have no excuse other than there was a weird man walking down the street that wasn't a neighbor and I all of the sudden felt really self conscious about chatting you all up video style in the middle of the day and thus forgot how to speak.

So, without further adieu...the snow at our house:

6 comments:

  1. That is crazy. You should move to Texas. Srsly.

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  2. Yeah...that's kind-a the worst video ever...and side note...I hate that I sound like an out of breath valley girl.

    In other news, we're getting 15-20 MORE INCHES on Wednesday...so I might have to pull out the camera again :)

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  3. There is just NO PLACE TO PUT IT! When I saw a front loader moving snow off Durnell last week and piling in front of the now closed Busy Bee Laundromat, I knew it was bad...

    Speaking of crazy town, my current coping strategy is to refuse talking about the upcoming storm/snowfall. Because I'm convinced that will stop it from happening.

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  4. I can't imagine what cities and towns and regular people like us will do with more of the stuff.

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  5. There are literally 10 feet of snow in front of our mailbox and another 5 on top of it. We'd give up on it but that it's one of the checkpoints our mail carrier has to scan with his laser thing before ending his day. I say he should have to shovel it out.

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