On New England’s Least-Wanted List

02/13/2015 § 9 Comments

2015_02_13 Screened Snow

I’m the 12th snowflake from the left.  Exactly.  An individual snowflake gets about as much media attention as a grain of sand on a beach.  When I get together with a few billion gazillion of my friends, though, we can bring a region to its knees!

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§ 9 Responses to On New England’s Least-Wanted List

  • And when i say snow banks, i do not mean piles of plowed snow. (They certianly are mountains) I mean just… solid walls of snow. Front and back yards full of flakes.. taller than the fences encasing said yards.

    • Thanks for visiting and commenting! The NE man-made mountains of cleared snow are so high that they might be around until the end of SUMMER. Let’s hope they melt before next WINTER! If not, it would seem to all of you like a new Ice Age.

  • The snowbanks and drifts where im at are currently almost my height (5’5) or in some places taller! Thanks, snowflakes. 😛 ganging up on me..

  • econhoef says:

    New England liked THE pass in the Super Bowl, but they would pass on their weather.

  • Ken Oprzadek says:

    Is this that ‘Global Warming’ I keep hearing about? Global Warming should not be measured in inches or even feet. The East coast might
    have something to say about. The Cleveland area fortunately can’t
    compete with Buffalo, but I’ve had enough of these billion gazillion of your beautiful wintery blanket components. It’s Feb 13th, 8:45 AM and
    -8 degrees and the wind chill is who knows what.

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