Living here is SO much fun! Mazatlán in 16 days; waiting is torture.
You guys just don't stop attracting the snow!Sorry I missed out on that dinner St. Olaf's offered on the Mt. of Olives. ;)
Sorry to hear about all that snow. Everyone I talk with these days are very fed up with this long winter.
Great article in the newspaper about your blog. My niece is just back from North America...so cold...so frozen...so different to sweltering Grafton.
With that much snow you get, big machines must do the job of removing it. It's sold again here, but the new snow today is 1/10cm I think.Leif, is the paper Mark referesto on the net? If so whats the link to the article?
Well, I found the article here by Googling:http://bit.ly/hJCPKQInteresting to read.
Auweia so viel neuer Schnee...da kommt wieder viel Arbeit auf Dich zu. Hoffentlich kommt der Frühling bald!!! Herliche Grüsse von UNS 2:)
Maybe it will be the last one! We had a beautiful warm spring weekend here.
oh no. That is terrible!But I thought spring was coming early-ish this year?
I'm always amazed at how much snow the States get and how long it stays!
Hope you are staying warm at least!
After disastrous last summer here, I stopped complaining and waiting for the spring. Enjoy white cold fresh air and the sound of the snow under your boots).
Sorry about all that snow! The workers need and deserve a break every now and then. They work very hard at this time of year.
You are so lucky! I love the snow. We have only had an inch or so twice this winter. Today being the second of those. Maybe I will wake up in the morning to a couple of feet? One can dream!
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