Stellar iPhone photo.
He reports there’s still No power. No internet. Thankfully, he has a generator for a modicum of heat, hot water and for coffee maker.
Construction tent survived the wind. Dodge truck got hung up on drift.
Way to go honey.
Ooooooooh, gorgeous photo. I can FEEL the chill in the air.
We went to the club to sled. But so did the rest of Bedford. The hill was a mess by the time we got there.
Gotta love wintering in Fla. It is 6 pm, 79 degrees. We are on our way to an ABBA concert.
Ouch. That’s cruel. But we’re jealous. As much for the warm florida temperature as the tickets to the ABBA concert. Mama Mia, that sounds like fun!
Hahahaha….. Even I’d go to one ABBA concert if it were a condition to wintering in a warm climate.
I shoveled snow for 3.5 straight hours yesterday all because my enviro friendly all electric snow blower had flat dead batteries that could not be revived. Turns out that “GREEN” battery technology requires that the battery packs be plugged into a wall socket 24/7/365. Eco-friendly my _____. Al Bore is an ass hat.
The Dodge stuck?!! Oh, no, we can’t have that! A guy always has to have a backup plan. We all know that you simply can’t count on wrecker service in a big storm for sure so it’s imperative you have a “rescue vehicle” for safety. One that comes to mind that could work might be:
Two homes always require two Kubotas for convenience if nothing else.
The Kubota is at home in RI, used constantly to the joy of Mr EOS. The truck got more hung up than stuck, but still an irritant. But, to your point, TWO Kubotas is a great idea.
Glad he’s safe & sound and YAY for the generator!! Love that photo btw — looks SO cold!!
Is it just the angle of the photo because it looks as though the road ends in a snow pile…?
You are not seeing things. The road pretty much ends. Any further and you are in the Atlantic Ocean!!
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