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December 29, 2004
Have you ever wondered what 30 inches of snow on the ground looks like?
A friend of mine from North Vernon Indiana sent me these pictures he took during the first two days of the snow storm, thanks Trevor.
I'm very glad I'm heading somewhere warm and will be missing the great flood that is sure to come this weekend when temperatures hit 60 F.
|Amazing how deep a car can be buried in the snow.|
|Some sights are interesting and unusual in the snow. And some are just beautiful.|
|Snow is made for kids. Especially when they are warmly dressed and at least part of their head is visual above the drifts.|
Posted by prolurkr at December 29, 2004 10:33 AM
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