Yay! Snow!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by CompUser, Nov 24, 2005.

  1. Guest

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    This morning I woke up to about 3" of snow. It is beautiful, what I nice thanksgiving present. This is the first snowfall in CT.

    Here are some pics.
     

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    eva01

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    we had our second snowfall of the year in MA yesterday
     
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    Chundles

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    Damn you both.

    I know it gets hard to shovel and can shut down the cities but it never stops looking good does it.

    I miss the snow, just have to make do with the beach I suppose...
     
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    Lacero

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    I hate shoveling the sidewalk and pathways. Especially when the house is located 40 feet from the main road. :(
     
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    nospleen

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    Must be nice, we are expecting a high of 82 today. :p
     
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    clayj

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    I am officially envious. :) (Of the snow, that is...)
     
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    mikemodena

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    I'm on the shore, so I got about 2" of slushy snow.. it looked nice before it started to melt and the plow came.. I just got done digging my car out of it. :D
     
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    iDM

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    I had to drive in snow all the way back from the bar last night in DE, luckily it wasn't sticking so I got home in one piece.
     
  9. thread starter Guest

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    Yea, shoveling sucks, especially when you have a long driveway. Thankfully we have a snowblower on our lawn tractor and unless it is really icey or slippery, it does a good quick job of removing snow.
     
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    combatcolin

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    We might actually get a snowfall this year in the UK.

    (Cross's Fingers and hopes)
     
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    zim

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    the cape only saw a dusting, today we are getting all rain :( last year we had some really nice storms, hoping for the same for this year :)
     
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    2nyRiggz

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    Last year or was it this year.....anyway in atlanta we got ICE.....that wasnt fun at all....everything was incased in ice. trap in the house with no food

    nuff.
     
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    thedude110

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    Half an inch out here in the wilderness of Windham county, CT ...
     
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    Applespider

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    There's been an inch or so in Perthshire near Gleneagles. Mum's driving home in it now...
     
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    dmw007

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    It snowed last night here in PA, but little was left on the ground by morning.
     
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    japasneezemonk

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    Chicago just got a mediocre inch that melted in a few hours. :D
     
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    I live in Seattle... and believe it or not, but we never get snow. :(

    Were lucky if we get a white christmas, you got a white thanksgiving! :( no fair!
     
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    doucy2

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    our 1st snow was yesterday Nov. 23rd in southern Ohio
    today it sleeted and snowed
    i love the winter
     
  19. mpw
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    I've £5 on at 5/1 that there'll be snow in London on Christmas day, and by snow I mean a single flake will do.
     
  20. thread starter Guest

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    Thats all, I have at least 3" where I live in CT.
     
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    joecool85

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    I don't consider it digging out unless its upwards of 1ft of snow.
     
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    awwww i love snow!!!!!! It is soooo beautiful....HAPPY THANKSGIVING GUYS!!!!!
     
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    indeed. anything less is a pain to brush off your car, but certainly no digging required
     
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    Pft, same here.

    I hate you, Houston weather!

    Last year it snowed on dec. 24 for a few hours. I made a tiny snowman!
    He's the best, most biggest snowman ever!

    LOOK AT HOW FEROCIOUS HE IS!

    just for scale, that's a "texas-sized" plate. It's 14 feet wide. It's a giant snowman.


    ok, it's more like 8 inches, but it's still a giant snowman for Houston!
     

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    then why do it??? :eek: :eek: :eek:
     

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