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Old 12-28-2010, 10:38 PM   #11
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It will be snowing in North Idaho tomorrow----again. I really don't mind it a bit because Sallie and I are in Arizona.
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Old 12-29-2010, 08:39 AM   #12
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It will be snowing in North Idaho tomorrow----again. I really don't mind it a bit because Sallie and I are in Arizona.
No fair I'm stuck in Middle of Idaho...

Currnetly the weather is 37*F and raining here... (Pollock, ID)
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Old 12-30-2010, 08:27 AM   #13
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here on the New Jersey coast we got close to 20 inches with large drifts due to the high winds that accompanied the storm.... luckily my sil has a very large snow blower (thrower) and saved my a lot of back breaking work!....here are a few pics....

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Old 12-30-2010, 11:44 AM   #14
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here on the New Jersey coast we got close to 20 inches with large drifts due to the high winds that accompanied the storm.... luckily my sil has a very large snow blower (thrower) and saved my a lot of back breaking work!....here are a few pics....

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I think you guys got it a little worse then us. I was able to get out and about yesterday for the first time. The drifts had many roads blocked here. Right now its 43 degrees and melting nicely. -Lee
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Wow, Joe, that fresh snow does look pretty. But it sure looks like a lot! The Greyhawk looks like it's beggin' to go campin'
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I think you guys got it a little worse then us. I was able to get out and about yesterday for the first time. The drifts had many roads blocked here. Right now its 43 degrees and melting nicely. -Lee
we are forecast 45deg on the weekend with rain on Sunday... that should do a job on it...

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Wow, Joe, that fresh snow does look pretty. But it sure looks like a lot! The Greyhawk looks like it's beggin' to go campin'
Yup...too much snow for me....already thinking of where to go in the spring....

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