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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-09-2010, 12:30 PM Thread Starter
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Alright NE'ers, lets have it!

Philly here, I have 2 feet outside right now except for the occasional drift which can get up to 3 and rarely 4 feet in places right around my house. What I had to shovel last time was 2 feet which is done.

It'll change of course but they're calling for an additional 15 to 20 between now and tomorrow night. I don't mind doing the work of shoveling but where am I gonna put it!?
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We have not gotten the epic amounts you guys have,but for this area that rarely gets more than 1-2" we have been dumped on.

Like you I am so sick of shoveling snow, got more on the way this afternoon.

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Same here in Miserablesota... I am one up on ya though, I have a v-twin winter ride - A 16HP Simplicity with a blower on the front. Still, winter sucks big time anyway. I should get back into X-country skiing again, at least then I would look forward to it a little bit... but then again man's capacity for delusion is infinite.

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there is snow here in upstate NY, but not that covers the ground, but not the streets.
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-09-2010, 04:23 PM
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Somehow we here in NYC (specifically where I am, in Flushing, Queens and Midtown Manhattan) escaped the "Snowpocalypse Now" storm that hit the mid-Atlantic hard just a bit south of us. But apparently the piper is still coming a-calling some time around midnight tonight.

So I rode to work today for what looks like the last time for at least a week...

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