Wow….you will have to go to town and pick up the mail I think. At least the sun is out.
Holy kamoley! But at least it stopped. For now. And power stayed on so you can post. Just trying to emphasize the positive here! Oh, and maybe politicians will stay away for awhile! Poor New Hampshire! But I’m glad you’re safe!
YES – the airports were closed so the politicians couldn’t come – that is a positive. LOL
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Well that one sure made me chuckle 😀
Wow! Better you than me😄. Stay warm and enjoy the pure white beauty and the quiet only a snowstorm can bring.
Oh my! Wordless indeed! 🙂
Our small town MA post office was closed yesterday – shocking! ;). But we all survived the storm. Dry snow, and we kept power – a beautiful storm really!
Thank heaven it was dry or we would have never been able to move it all. LOL But mostly thank heaven that the power stayed on and everyone could maintain their heat. 🙂
Yikes, Judy! Do me a favour, please: don’t send any of it here to Ontario, okay?
I’ll try not to, but we’ve got more tomorrow and again on Monday. I wouldn’t wish this on anyone. 🙂
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I’m told we’re getting it too. Yikes. Let us be brave or at least stay indoors when possible, mug of hot chocolate in hand….
Great shot. Too bad the flag wasn’t up!
I didn’t even think of that. Good one. 🙂
Probably no pizza either. 😃
Oh MY !!!
I am just sitting here praying that the weather forecast can be as wrong for Friday as it was right about Tuesday. NO SNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great shot!
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