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Thank you, Patti!
Ours was rather "melty" today too. Thanks, Morris!
The snow that fell today here also melted, laura.
It has snowed here all day, too, but we have absolutely nothing to show for it.
About the same here.
It has been snowing all day Morris and sometimes pretty hard. I think now it has tapered down to flurries.
Is it still snowing by you, lyndee? It is here.
I'm sorry Tex......I'm sure after you and Chooks left, we must have gotten another 8 inches of snow.Yeah, that's what happen....I'm sure that was it....Yeah, that was it...........
I'm on my way too, tex, you can start without me if you want but just make sure you've got the right address though!!
Now that's funny about the snowplow vs your car! Lyndee, we cleared it, I promise, you must have got more snow after we left. Morris, we'll be right over, so get the fire started and the drinks ready!
It was actually a good movie, chickie.They missed me also, lyndee.You must be from around here, tekchal.
You know you're from Illinois when your snow plow has more mileage on it than your car.
What a surprise this morning Morris when I looked out the window at my drive. Those gals were so quiet last night........I couldn't even tell they had been here.....and I repeat "I couldn't even tell they had been here" LOL
I know only because I had to google it. LOL Breakfast at Tiffany's Never watched the movie.
The bottom is probably a foot or better of really heavy snow. A little trivia: What movie was that in? It really does, rose!!
But it is so lovely. Ours will have to be cleared from the walk and drive but the beauty of the trees and branches makes it worth it.
Only 4" deep, but very heavy. Here's another one for you! 'Moon River.................. LOL
WOO HOO!!! Thanks Ank, the more the merrier!!
I'm on my way with my shovel to help.
It's really not to bad, I shoveled a couple times yesterday. So it only looks to be about 4". The work is at the bottom where the plow piled it.
Been there done that ... thanks Morris