This Is Crazy
Virginia 10/29/2011- We live on the top of a little mountain in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. About 10 miles from the crests of the Allegheny Mountains where the Virginia – West Virginia borderline runs.
Usually we don’t have a significant snowfall until early December. I believe the most snow we have ever received in October since records have been kept is 2 inches back in 1925.
Here are some photos I took a short while ago. We currently have about 5 inches. It’s still coming down and is supposed to end later this afternoon.
I had to duct tape the broom and swifter handle together so I could reach the satellite dish and get the snow off. Reception is back to normal now. Mission accomplished.
This is crazy…
This was a post I had put up 18 days ago. A completely different scene then….
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