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My daughter sent me this picture from her front porch Sunday. I’ll keep the rain, thank you.
BTW I am using this to test a different pic host site.
 

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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.
 

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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*
 

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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.
 

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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.

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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
 

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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 :D
 

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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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