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Old 02-09-2013
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Re: Nor'easter

Went out about 1am last night to rescue some beer that was chilling in the trunk of my car. Only about 8" but still snowing and windy but my trunk was frozen shut. Had to return home to the supplies I had on hand. By 4am the skies had cleared but not before perhaps 10" hit the ground. I'll be damned if they did not send at least 10 snow plows down my street in the middle of the night. Mike Bloomberg takes his snow storms seriously.
This morning with the sun shining and the streets are cleared. By this afternoon I should be able to open the trunk of my car, I hope.
Hope all of you further north and east still have power, heat and beverages. 30" of snow in one night is a fairly respectable snowfall.
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