Love pics like that. Really makes me glad I don't live there. I'm still cutting grass as ol' man winter hasn't paid us a visit yet. Supposed to hit freezing next week for the first time. Well, gotta go now, the front yard needs to be cut again.
Usually see that several times a season. Rest of the time you can see over the piles.
Last year about 180 inches. This year we might break 100 inches.
But, I think I would rather mow grass. Just not a 100*
It was a a lot of snow and a lot of wind. No travel was advised at all and the interstates were closed. The National Guard was called out to rescue a bunch of people on I-90 who didn’t or wouldnt listen.
Looks like my place in Waseca. Lots and lots of high wind really piled the snow up.
The sad part, well I left there on Tuesday and the bed of my truck was full of snow. I arrived in Fort Worth Wednesday night and this morning most of that snow is still in the truck. It's that cold here.
Our daughter in law is working out of the Mayo clinic in Rochester, right now she is in Mankato. Some how she is still driving her Mini Cooper. I told Travis when he was here that she needed a different set of wheels. But they don't want payment till she is out of school and has a full time job somewhere. Hopefully back in Idaho.
GOD BLESS. Dean
LOL used to live just south of Rochester years ago.....lost my garage to a snow drift the last of November in 94, didn't see it again till March.
Have not even fired up the snow blower here in Casper WY yet this year
I spent the last half of January, and the first 3 weeks of February, in the Texas Hill country. When I left there was about 3 inches of snow on the ground, and moderately decent temperatures, for winter. I came home to this, and it was -19 degrees this morning. I should have stayed in Texas!
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