Friday, February 15, 2019

STILL COMING DOWN!


In case you haven't noticed I've been away
a bit. I've been busy with my favorite pastime,
moving snow around. 

The Mrs. and I moved into a place that doesn't
accommodate snow storage. This new place
can't handle a large snow lode on the roof. The
roof has been shoveled 4 times, Twice by me
and twice by hired help. 

This February will be one for the record books.
Below is a picture of the snow after the last storm.
After I cleaned that up a new series of storms
started Wednesday. I'm writing this Friday
afternoon and we've already gotten 4 feet.

I'll be quite busy and hope you understand 
my absence.  


That hump close and on the left is a snowblower.
Damn!! I need a snowblower to get to my snowblower!
Past the snowblower are ten foot walls of snow and
growing. If you like I can post more pictures after
this storm that "might" end Sunday night. Let Me Know.

18 comments:

  1. The coming ice age will have snowfalls like that in July. Just wait. The fun is yet to begin.

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  2. Golly, is the Bronx Bolshevik right about climate change? Tee Hee.

    Sorry you've been inundated with all that frozen precipitation. Hope you've stocked your pantry. Don't want another Donner Party.

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  3. Let me know if you need help Woodie. Nothing I love more than watching folks shovel snow. I will head up the hill with Rum and venison. (you do know where the BBQ is....right?)

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  4. you need one of them flame throwers. clear that snow quick.

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  5. Yep. Sunday is when I heard the storm's about to let up. "Two to four feet in the upper elevations", they said.
    I can sympathize, Odie. We had a hail storm down here, this AM, and it took actual minutes to melt!

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  6. May I suggest wintering in Jamaica?

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  7. Global warming. Oh wait, they have changed the term from global warming to Climate Change. It's hard to keep up.

    That's way too much snow and it's why I don't live in snow country. Just saying.

    Have a fabulous day, Odie. ♥

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  8. Curmudgeon, the pantry is stocked, but I do look at the Mrs. differently lately.

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  9. Rumbear, The barbecue is on the covered porch, so it only gets 6 inches of wind blown snow. I could use a cheering section about now. You might have to wait for I-80 to open though.

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  10. Proof, We got another foot overnight last night (instead of 3 feet - what an improvement.), so that picture is 5 feet out of date.

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  11. edutcher, I'm ready for the Reno area, but the Mrs. is hard to convince.

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  12. You need to move to where all those bad drivers live!
    (Life Sometimes Takes An Odd Turn...)

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  13. Sandee, if we had a couple new dams we could capture some of this. But that's not in the liberal scheme of things.

    Weather report: It's 7:00 Saturday morning and it's still snowing. Ah, but it's coming down straight and not sideways. That's an improvement.

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  14. Mac, I think those drivers are stuck on I-80 right now. They come up here to ski but get stuck on the roads and block our travel.

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  15. odie, naw no flamethrowers. easy enough to make one though. weed sprayer, some gasoline and one of those barbecue lighters might work. at least, for a little while. you didn't hear it from me.

    I still have my eyebrows. those aren't painted on, I swear!

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  16. Allen, I think I'll put the gasoline in the snowblower now that it's dug out. Thanks anyway.

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