Monday, March 02, 2009

The Great Blizzard of 2009

It snowed and snowed and snowed last night. The trees in our backyard that our landlord never has trimmed were dropping limbs like leaves in autumn. The power flickered a couple of times and we lost power for thirty seconds once. Wendell and I stood by the road and watched cars drive by too fast. After I went to bed, Wendell and Randy built a snowman in the side yard. Then it snowed and snowed and snowed some more. It was pretty treacherous but we got through the night and today we rise in a wonderland of wintry type stuff. We are shut in. We have coffee and Mountain Dew. We will survive.

The Morning Sun Kisses the Tree Tops
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Wendell and Randy's Snowman
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Reverse Angle of Snowman
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See How Dark and Dreary it is?
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Long Meadow Road
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Wendell Had to go to Work
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A Firetruck Full of American Heroes
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The Snowman in Better Light
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Chris by the Snowman for Scale
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The Snowy Tree Across the Street
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4 comments:

guess who? said...

Have you noticed how the snow masks the contour of the hills?

me again said...

I know you don't have the infastructure or experience to deal with the snow, but maybe you should wash the sand out of your vagina and get your ass to work.
Look at the little girl in front of the snowbank.

Ed said...

Thanks, I'm good. I think I'll just go ahead and stay home. Safety first, you know.

the continuing discussion rages said...

It's usually the other chuckleheads on the road that worry me. I have a pretty good idea how to keep the wheels on the road...