Well we hunkered down during the Blizzard named NEMO. Still can't figure out that one as yet. I know about Captain Nemo, but fail to connect with three feet of snow. The storm was a horror show, visibility was zero. Some people were out in it, got lost and were found by the State Police. They were completely disoriented. Winds, at night, were in excess of 65 miles an hour. We were lucky in the valley. Snow was light and fluffy so we didn't loose our power. While waiting for the storm to end I read a book about the Philadelphia Experiment. Always wondered about that event. Anyway, all is well, been one heck of a ride but we New Englanders are tough old birds. Enjoy!
Feb 12, 2013 12:19:34 amby three_grrr Homepage »
One does wonder about that .. and you've a really cool fractal to illustrate it. I think. giggles.
we had the winds and the snow, but only about a foot of it. our snow what the heavy wet kind, which changed early morning to light fluffy stuff. no power outages here, thank heaven.
a foot of snow is nothing around this area, though i've noticed that the weather people get all in a dither over a few inches these past few years, when some years back, no one got excited about snow until piled up a 4 or 5 feet.