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@ PhilGP -

Ah, that brings back memories of one of the superstorms.

I was walking along a major road at night. Normally three lanes in each direction but reduced to two because of the volume of the plowed snow, and not even an attempt to plow the sidewalk.

I had to walk in the roadway, facing traffic, and dive into the snowbank every time a car approached.

Luckily I was younger and more agile back then.

by Frank IBC on Jan 14, 2013 7:49 pm • linkreport

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