20 thoughts on “Snowmageddon #NFLStorm #SilentSunday

  1. Hoo boy. That is a lot of snow!

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    1. Brought the city to a standstill!

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  2. Ugh. I would hat to shovel that.

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    1. Me, too! I feel so bad for my daughter and the rest of Newfoundland!

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  3. WOW, did you get hammered!! We had about an inch followed by some sleet and ice. Seeing snow like you got makes me appreciate how fortunate we were in dodging the worst of Old Man Winter.
    Hope you can shovel out. Take it slow, stay safe and warm!

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    1. Thanks, Mae. We’re on the west coast and have weather more like you received. This is from my daughter in Newfoundland- they had a weather bomb! She shoveled for hours to get her vehicle out from under that drift.

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      1. Whew! Well, I feel a lot better for you, but your poor daughter! Of course, that does sound like Newfoundland weather!

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        1. Lol, yes. The army was called in for today, so that should help 🙂

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  4. That was and still is a historic storm Jacquie! You must be worried about your daughter.
    I hope they find that young guy!

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    1. Yes! I haven’t heard anymore- how horrible 😦

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  5. I love snow, but maybe not quite that much!

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    1. My grandson said he tried tobogganing, but it was so icy he lost control and hit a tree!

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      1. That must have hurt…

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  6. I lived in Gander, Nfld the year the Ocean Ranger went down. That was a miserable storm – so I understand the situation the good people of Nfld are going through. Hang in. Summer is coming.

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    1. They get some extreme weather, for sure!

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  7. Well, this has taught me to not complain about my eight inches of snow. OMG! My heart goes out to the area and your daughter.

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    1. We’re from Alberta, so we’re used to snow- just not quite like this!

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