WHICH WAY TRAVEL CHALLENGE – AFTER THE SNOW – GARRY & MARILYN ARMSTRONG

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – March 16, 2018


Roads and snow …
UMass Memorial – parking lots and garage … and cars …
Garry clearing the front path
Our road, post storm

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

16 thoughts on “WHICH WAY TRAVEL CHALLENGE – AFTER THE SNOW – GARRY & MARILYN ARMSTRONG”

    1. It has been a few years since we had one of these winters. The last really BAD one was 2015. We got 13 feet of snow that winter and we had to have the roof shoveled twice to keep it from collapsing. We didn’t get that continuous snow this year. It came, but it melted between hits which makes a huge difference. Yes, a bad year, but we have had much worse! I always warn people that we get a lot of snow here, but I don’t think they usually realize what we mean is “Siberia or maybe Anchorage” levels of snow!

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    1. We do get a lot of snow so we are set up to handle it. Lots of plows, lots of sand. But schools get closed, business shut down, drivers stay home from commutes so while we are not completely shut down, we operate in a limited way during major storms. Now they are trying to figure out what to do with the kids who have missed 9 days of school and they need to either give up spring break, or stay in school until July. It’s a lot of snow and more on the way Wednesday.

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  1. How the other half live…. still pushing the old 100 degree mark here, last rain was Jan 8. Also very few flowers at the moment. 😦

    Your photos cool me down! 🙂

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  2. We had a deluge of rain yesterday that would have been disastrous had it been cold enough for snow. We’ve been fortunate enough not to have anything resembling a snowstorm in at least a couple years now… though our snowstorms usually head straight east and bury the Mid Atlantic. Those Nor’easters come out of the South, and it’s weird why they follow that path… maybe if I’d have paid a little more attention in those meteorology classes…

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