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Compared to Washington there is not much snow ! Lucky for you !
*Enter Canadian; says nothing politely* :)
Since we don't have the equipment to handle it, or practice driving in it, yes, this much would shut down our town. Yes, i know it's a laughable amount to those who deal with much larger amounts regularly. That's okay, i know how to drive in a hurricane.
So glad I'm in SoCAl - don't miss the snow one bit!
15 inches in southern Kentucky. Ugh!
Nebraska got more. I once lived in Georgia, so I know how everything shuts down.
That would definitely shut London down any type of weather does, if we get up to 70F in the summer it's declared a heatwave LOL, we can never understand it compared to other countries that copes with extreme weather.Have an icytastic day Joyce :-)
Thanks for hosting this week, Thank you for visiting to share your lovely blog this week on OMHGWW!!Hope you have a great week!KarrenOh My Heartsie Girl♥
OMG - it's snowmaggedon! Shelter in place people! lol
I send you an emergency care package until you can dig yourself out of that mess!
I have never seen this much snow in my life. How ever do you manage? LOLIf we got this much at our home I am sure something similar would happen, it has never snowed here at all.
I don't have a lick of it this year, and I don't miss it one bit!!
we're down with Jonas as well..but after the storm, it was super fun :)
Wowzers, that's a lot of snow! Luckily, we've only been hit with light snowfalls so far.
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