Saturday, February 26, 2011

Meet My Neighbor!


Meet my neighbor who was busy clearing his driveway from the most recent snowfall.  Eric is a pretty tall guy so you can get some idea of the height of the snowbanks.  His driveway is just to his right, and he paused long enough to let me take his photo.  Check the level of the snow next to his car in the driveway.

14 comments:

  1. If I think that last December Livorno was almost paralyzed by one inch of snow...

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  2. Oh my goodness you are really still in the depths of winter.

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  3. I bet you are now wondering where to put the snow! You have so much! What a nice guy your neighbour is to let you take his photo. :)

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  4. This is us too... 10 more inches yesterday.

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  5. I know Eric and his family from our church, Gloria Dei Lutheran in St. Paul! I told him after a worship service recently that I had met you thru the CDP blog community - small world!

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  6. I can see why your excited for your trip away from the snow.

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  7. And it keeps on coming! You sure have a lot of snow out there.

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  8. Oh my gosh, you Minnesotans have your work cut out for you.

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  9. Yikes! That kind of snowfall would shut us down here! And we gripe about a few inches, we are such wimps. Our daughter and son-in-law drive snow plows for the city of Prescott. If we had that much snow, they would never get to go home!

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  10. Oh, good grief! That's ridiculous! I have to say that I don't think I'd want to live in Minnesota in the wintertime again...

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  11. Too much snow is not a good thing. We are entering another Little Ice Age?

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  12. My goodness, Kate. And I'm complaining at an overcast sky!

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  13. Wow that is a lot of snow! He looks like a friendly fellow.

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  14. Eric looks to be making the best of it, the only way in my view. I have a friend lives in St Paul and she said the snow was quite heavy this year, but your pics bring it to life.
    Good luck with your Canon, here in Leeds we have a good place where one of the guys used to work for Canon and they are very good, they lent me something recently for free.

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