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Subject: [Leica] Tackling the drift
From: don.dory at (Don Dory)
Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2019 18:44:17 -0500
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Well, I'm glad we moved away from the midwest.  I can handle rising water
but shoveling snow endlessly became quite boring more than 50 years ago.

On Fri, Mar 1, 2019 at 5:36 PM Aram via LUG <lug at> wrote:

> Today is the first day in perhaps weeks we have not had any new snow at
> all,
> and no wind.  Still below freezing, but thought we'd tackle what was
> almost
> a 6 foot drift behind our fence.  Some has melted off in some of the
> warmer/part sun days we have had between snows.  Reminder, the wood fence
> is
> 6 feet.
> The snow shovel has hit lawn in that hole.
> Broke our Feb snow record by 2x.  Previous record was 14 inches and we
> have
> received 28 inches.  No snow forecast for about 4 days, but it will be
> cold,
> approaching zero at night and below freezing all day.  Slow melting, which
> is good because in the past we have had lots of snow, then rain and fast
> melting flooding many of the streams and rivers and surrounding
> properties.
> Keep it slow but sure.
> Comments welcome.
> Aram
> Aram Langhans
> (Semi) Retired Science Teacher
> & Unemployed photographer
> ?The Human Genome Project has proved Darwin more right than Darwin himself
> would ever have dared dream.? James D. Watson
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