The Snow In The Northeast One Mans Observations

Dated: 02/11/2015

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As I sit here in Southern New Jersey putting my pen to paper (actually it’s my fingertips to the keyboard, but that doesn’t sound as poetic), I thought I’d share some of my observations and thoughts regarding the snow the Northeast has been experiencing.

First, I must say that we have been very fortunate to miss the majority of the accumulation. I’m not enjoying the cold temperatures but I haven’t had to shovel that much, so it’s a wash.

As far as Punxsutawney Phil and six more weeks of this stuff, it is February and it should be expected that winter continue into March. Don’t dislike Phil, he’s just the messenger.

Watching some of the endless reporting of these events a couple of things stand out to me. The dogs in Boston must be extremely happy. The emergency management crew has been clearing away all of the snow from around the fire hydrants. A great deal of credit and creativity should be given to the man who built an 18 foot snowman in his yard. You would think that melting the snow would create freezing concerns. Lastly, I have a better appreciation for the way a moose is put together.

What you wanted me to ramble on about the Superbowl?


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