A few snow shots of my property

Don in SJ

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One of the biggest totals in many years for my place, but not too bad of a snow in my opinion since it was a drier snow, so no serious branches or wires being taken down due to the weight, since it was rather fluffy, not too good for snowball making. (Disclaimer- Date on camera is one day off for some reason)

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Don in SJ

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Wife did the smiley face while I was doing the driveway ;D

Pic is the second round of snowblowing on Sunday morning, did the first 6-7 inches late Saturday afternoon before the brunt of the storm dumped on us Saturday night.

I was pleasantly surprised that our Township plowed my street early Sunday morning, and did a good initial job of it to boot!!

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Ok....I was disgusted at the white excrement falling from the sky here until I saw yours....mine is not so bad now! :laughing7: Merry Christmas!
 

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Wow, I'm glad that storm didn't hit us that hard. We only got 3-4" but the forecast the day prior said between 1" and 25". ::) Don't know how they manage to get it so accurate, 1-25". :dontknow:
 

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Thanks for the photos Don and guess that puts a damper on your detecting?

SKD - One inch and still detecting through it..lol
 

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Glad to hear it hasn't caused too many problems for ya's...
We had one snow fall last year that come close to those depths but we've been lucky so-far this year with just a few dustings...
 

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Cool pics, Don, but very strange. You have more snow on the ground than we currently have here at 9100 ft. in the middle part of the Rockies. We're about equal when I go up to 10,000 ft. The other parts of the state have all kinds of snow, but still not up to normal (or expected) levels.
 

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