Snowpacalypse at Casa Conjurer!

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Snowpacalypse at Casa Conjurer!

Post by conjurer » January 18th 2012, 8:27am

Woke up to find this today:

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My Ukranian neighbor's vehicles. That Mini's not going anywhere soon.

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Rhody bush. No buds on this bad boy!

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I can hardly wait to get this power bill.

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No grillin' tonight, I reckon.

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About four or five inches so far. Temp is 28 degrees.

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Back yard and storage shed. I didn't want anything out of there for a couple of months, anyway.

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The cat Smokey has the right idea.


My little brain can't even comprehend how deep that is.

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Post by Mark1 » January 18th 2012, 8:44am

Got another six inches or so overnight here along the Columbia. News says it will warm up and rain this afternoon so it may be gone by morning.
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Post by Mark1 » January 18th 2012, 5:35pm

Is the snow melting up your way yet? The rain here has melted quite a bit of it this afternoon and evening. I did get the opportunity to use my truck bumper as a snow plow today. There were about 18 inches of snow or so (with higher drifts on the driveway in) on some property I bought and it's only about 600 feet elevation.
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Post by conjurer » January 18th 2012, 5:37pm

Mark1 wrote:Is the snow melting up your way yet? The rain here has melted quite a bit of it this afternoon and evening. I did get the opportunity to use my truck bumper as a snow plow today. There were about 18 inches of snow or so (with higher drifts on the driveway in) on some property I bought and it's only about 600 feet elevation.


It melted off a little, Mark, but now we're getting freezing rain. I'll be stuck in Casa Conjurer tomorrow, too. Time to post some more geekish threads, I suppose.
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Post by Mark1 » January 18th 2012, 5:42pm

conjurer wrote:
Mark1 wrote:Is the snow melting up your way yet? The rain here has melted quite a bit of it this afternoon and evening. I did get the opportunity to use my truck bumper as a snow plow today. There were about 18 inches of snow or so (with higher drifts on the driveway in) on some property I bought and it's only about 600 feet elevation.


It melted off a little, Mark, but now we're getting freezing rain. I'll be stuck in Casa Conjurer tomorrow, too. Time to post some more geekish threads, I suppose.


Must be colder up there. Freezing rain and ice are a lot worse than snow on the roads. Hope you're well stocked on groceries and booze.
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Mark1 wrote:
conjurer wrote:
Mark1 wrote:Is the snow melting up your way yet? The rain here has melted quite a bit of it this afternoon and evening. I did get the opportunity to use my truck bumper as a snow plow today. There were about 18 inches of snow or so (with higher drifts on the driveway in) on some property I bought and it's only about 600 feet elevation.


It melted off a little, Mark, but now we're getting freezing rain. I'll be stuck in Casa Conjurer tomorrow, too. Time to post some more geekish threads, I suppose.


Must be colder up there. Freezing rain and ice are a lot worse than snow on the roads. Hope you're well stocked on groceries and booze.


Goddamn it, I knew I forgot something when I ventured forth to go to the post office!
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Re: Snowpacalypse at Casa Conjurer!

Post by MAX » October 12th 2019, 4:50am

2012? Is the snow still there?

The year I lived in Minneapolis it snowed around October and by March it was still there. Course it was buried under about 10 ft of other snow. Worse winter I can remember and that was coming from living in Montana!
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