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Old 01-03-2015, 01:29 AM   #15
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But they had the equipment to keep everything clear-ish unless it was a whiteout/blizzard.
Yep same here. Heavy snow is not a big deal around here. They are quick clearing the main roads (but not our back roads). Kids have snow days, but the schools don't usually close for heavy snow. When they close it's because of the cold. Like 20 or 30 below zero and a good strong wind is reason to close the schools. We get snow from October until April, and in the woods it doesn't melt until well into May most years. This year is different. I've lived in the Adirondacks for over 20 years now, and this was my first "green" Christmas up here. Very strange. We did get dumped on with snow right after Christmas and it's trying to make up now for lost time.
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