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Old 02-10-2013, 08:31 AM   #21
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Oh JOyce, the marsh is just beautiful - this is how my back yard looked Saturday morning. I love the sight, and I love when the snow comes on a weekend so we dont have to stress about getting to work!!
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:46 AM   #22
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Sweaters look amazing Laurie!

Missy, your poor husband!! 3 feet is way to much for me!!
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:51 AM   #23
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Linda- you know where I got them! I just love Chantal! (royalfifi)

Nothing like having sweaters and coats made specific to your dogs measurements!! It was so great to not have as many ice balls on the pups!
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LOL Lorraine. that would mean i would have to get out of my pj's to go take pictures. I took being snowed-in to heart and didn't get dressed for two days!

Laurie, I love your fluff sweaters for the L's
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we got about 3 feet!!! this was the first storm in a long time that was too deep for the boys to enjoy! perhaps tomorrow, DH will blow some caves...umm I mean race tracks for the boys!
We've been dealing with that snow too!! About three feet! I also had to shovel a path for Lola, WAY too deep for her (and me too!)!!
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We got about a foot, but my son lives 40 mins east of us and he got almost 3 ft. A 20 min drive took him 2 hrs on Sunday night. There were still cars stranded everywhere and roads were impassable.
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In Britain the whole country grinds to a halt if we get more than 3inches of snow!!When I was a child we could get a couple of feet of snow that would last for over a month and every one just got on with it,because people manly worked with in walking distance of their homes.Life seemed much easier then![By the way I'm not ancient!!].
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Mary I'm hope the storm doesn't effect you to bad. Keep Mr Tyler inside I wouldn't want him blowing away. Stay warm.
Thanks, Suzi, for wishing us well. I'm happy to report that Tyler is safe and sound. The wind didn't get him, but DH had to snowblow mazes in the backyard in order for him to get around to fo his business. We've been without the internet for two days but back up now. We got about 15" or so, but the wind and the high tides did a lot of damage here on the coast and many still do not have power. Beach erosion is a big concern. Some of the dunes are so eroded that there are now very high dangerous cliffs in their places. Most of the beaches that require steps, have lost them to the sea. it's really a mess. We are fortunate to have put in a full house generator when we built our home 7 1/2 years ago and, although it's only kicked in two or three times during all those years, it's well worth it. I would have been especially worried about Tyler because of his age, if we had no heat. Hope everyone else is safe.
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