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Boy..i never seen so much snow before!!

Kris Watson

That is just stunning. I am sure it doesn't seem anything short of a pain in the neck for you, but our here on the crazy coast, it's just a beautiful sight to see.


I hate those kinds of drivers that can't take 2 more minutes to get where they're going (and yes, I was young and foolish and one of them maybe once or twice). We have lots of them here in Texas which is why when it snows or ices, no one goes out in it - because there's just enough yahoos that will and will make stupid driving decisions like speeding, tail-gating and passing!!! But a milk truck?! Jeepers!


Oh my, all that snow...I am thankful we never get that much. We are not equipped here in Southwest TN to handle that kind of snow storm.
Be careful and stay warm!


Judy, I do not miss those days of having to drive the county roads and highways with blowing snow and crazy drivers.

Please be careful!


With all that natural wintertime beauty, I'd want to slow down simply to enjoy looking at it.


Ahhhh, the joys of living in snow country. Looks like you got tons of the beautiful white stuff!

D Spack

Wow, lots of snow! I'm jealous! I remember Jim's 'shovel' from previous posts...LOVE IT! I want one, so when you guys come to Idaho, bring me one, I'll pay you for it!:)


Wow, is all I can say. You guys have tons of snow. Unfortunately there're idiots everywhere. My theory is, they keep breeding.


Oh, my that is a lot of snow...I am glad we didn't get that much.

D Spack

Hey Judy, the Quiet Book pattern number is Butterick 5626 Craft. Hopes this helps you.


You were really hit hard! My folks had 5 feet drifts down in Chicagoland. What a beautiful landscape.



Thank heavens for the plow man!

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