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Old 12-19-2009, 10:15 PM   #1
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Default Snow sucks!

How much does everyone in the Mid-Atlantic have on the ground? When all is said and done we are supposed to have over 2 feet. I took these pictures almost 4 hours ago and there is a bunch more since then. That is a 20" level in those pictures.











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Old 12-19-2009, 10:19 PM   #2
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Bout 2 feet in NoVA... Was planning on brewing but neglected to bring the hose in to thaw. I guess there is always tomorrow, since I sure cant go anywhere. Hose is thawing, now what to brew?


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Old 12-19-2009, 10:32 PM   #3
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Getting 8-14" they say over here!
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Old 12-19-2009, 11:03 PM   #4
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Data, those pics remind me of the President's Day storm in 2003... I was living in Christiana at the time (Riverwalk development off Walther Rd.). We had 24 inches. It was a state of emergency (against law to drive), so we walked 2 miles to Stewart's Brewing Co. for beer and had a hell of a night.

Here in Harrisburg right now we have about 8 inches and it's still coming.
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I know exactly where you are talking about. I live right behind stewarts. I remember that storm. I was still in HS and my friends parents were out of town so he had a huge party. 4 of us spent the night and woke up to a ****-ton of snow. We were in the middle of nowhere in cecil county and were stranded their for 5 or 6 days. It was certainly an experience. We ran out of food on day 3 but the alcohol made it the whole week. Thats when we discovered beersicles.
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But you like your "seasons". Isn't that what everyone says?
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But you like your "seasons". Isn't that what everyone says?
I have NEVER said that. I do like 2 of our seasons though.
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I love the snow. I grew up in PA where we got plenty of snow. I remember walking to the school bus stop in single digit temps with high winds blowing snow on my blistering face... you know, up hill both ways. Snow gives excitement to winter. Most winters down here in So. Delaware are just cold and gray/dark and the usual precipitation is cold rain. Snow is relatively rare.

We should have 16 to 20 inches by morning. I'll post back tomorrow after shoveling out my driveway... about how much I hate snow.
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Old 12-20-2009, 04:44 AM   #9
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Yeh!!! And i get to work 3rd shift this weekend!! GREAT
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Only 2" here in Southern Germany right now but damn cold. Would love to have 2' of snow.

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Clean that stuff up a bit and everything is good


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