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Our first Winter 2020 snow storm


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We had our first snowstorm of the season here Friday into Saturday.  There was anywhere from 4.5 inches up to a little over 9 inches of snow.  (We were in the spot that had 9 inches).  They had about 50 cars going off the road during the storm.  I went in town Friday afternoon to send in my work computer and take care of a couple other things.  Including getting dinner for Saturday in case the weather was still bad Saturday evening. 

It was pretty much over by noon on Saturday and the roads were fine later that afternoon.  I went out and got a bunch of pictures yesterday so I'd have good Christmas card photos.  I hope the snow sticks around through the end of the year.

My niece was out having a good time in the snow, rolling around and trying to eat all the snow in her parents yard.

 

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