It Just Got Good

Feb
5


I haven’t driven on our road in a week. I’ve been going across the river and taking the long way around on the hard road to avoid our snow-covered road. It just got good yesterday. Well, okay, good is a relative term. The road is snow and mud and muck, but driveable. At last. And now it’s supposed to snow again…..


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 5, 2010  

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  1. 2-5
    2:05
    am

    Enjoy the days the road is good.Run errands etc, so on snowy bad days you can relax and laugh at old man winter!
    ~~HUGS~~

  2. 2-5
    5:12
    am

    :bugeyed: Yikes! That definitly looks like 4×4 country. Be careful Suzanne, I hear more snow & ICE are heading your way. Hope you have aluminum foil and paper plates! :heart:

  3. 2-5
    6:14
    am

    maybe you should just get a snowmobile……just sayin….

    Jill

  4. 2-5
    6:20
    am

    But you’re driving on the snow and mud and muck! :woof:

  5. 2-5
    6:27
    am

    guess I should read both before I ask about snow!! Sorry!!

  6. 2-5
    6:41
    am

    I know youre getting snow,I got so I pay attention to the weather report for WV! lol We are getting somemore tonight and are included in the Winter Storm Watch over the next 10 days…..

  7. 2-5
    7:02
    am

    Ya’ll are supposed to get walloped today. We aren’t supposed to get anything but rain. So our weather men are all excited about your weather. Maybe they’ll be wrong. :sun:

  8. 2-5
    7:24
    am

    Put her in low gear, take it easy, and ease your way down the hill. Hope you have a safe time through this snow storm. Take care.

  9. 2-5
    7:52
    am

    We are in the Panhandle of Florida and just got about 3 inches of rain. Sorry to say it is heading to Atlanta and then to Virginia and West Virginia. Bundle up and be sure to get someone who will do your chores for you.

  10. 2-5
    8:27
    am

    Crooked Little Hen does not know that she’s a chicken! How could anyone not love this special girl? I also think her endearing story would make a wonderful children’s book.

  11. 2-5
    8:27
    am

    Looks like you’re in for another big storm, Suzanne. Rubber boot weather for sure! I hope you don’t have to drive on that road for a couple of days! Hunker down and stay safe and warm! :sheep:

  12. 2-5
    9:06
    am

    Hope you have all your supplies for this weekend. Looks like its going to be another bad one. Stay Safe & warm. Hopefullu this time you guys dont loose power

  13. 2-5
    9:27
    am

    OH the joys of living in the country in winter…we wouldn’t want it any other way though would we. Hang in there Suzanne…spring is just around the corner..wooohoo! :hungry2:

  14. 2-5
    9:47
    am

    Maybe you could pave it. :butterfly: :butterfly: :butterfly:

  15. 2-5
    9:49
    am

    But…couldn’t you get stuck in the mud??? It would scare me spitless!

    Deb

  16. 2-5
    12:15
    pm

    Yep – we have a lot of new snow here in SW Iowa! Covered all the bare spots, everything is thick and fluffy again. Sky and ground are the same color and blend in – no horizon – this is cool!!!

    Nancy from Atlanta now in Iowa

  17. 2-5
    12:51
    pm

    Hey Suzanne!

    It makes me want to go for a Mule ride! :snoopy:

    Angela :wave:

  18. 2-5
    1:34
    pm

    I bet the hogs love all that sloppy, muddy weather. If you still have them… :pinkpig: :cowsleep: (I know this one is supposed to be a cow, but it looks like a hog to me.) ;)

  19. 2-5
    3:20
    pm

    I think I’d rather drive in snow than mud! We had 6 inches fall in our part of the Black Hills – it is so pretty, I wish my camera wasn’t messed up or I’d send you a picture.

  20. 2-5
    5:31
    pm

    I would take the high road or the low road, whichever is best, but I sure wouldn’t take that road. It looks like you could slide right off the hill!!
    Our roads are a bit crooked and a wee bit narrow at times, but I am so glad they are paved.
    We don’t get much snow here at only 1000 ft, but you sure need chains to get over the Sierras right now, and they are paved highways!
    Looks like you will be settling in for the weekend. ;)

    Grace in CA

  21. 2-6
    12:07
    am

    I just saw on our news that the Northeast is in the middle of a severe winter storm. There is no doubt that you are prepared, but stay safe and warm.

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