What 1-3 Inches Looks Like

This is what 1-3 inches of snow looks like in Downeast Maine.

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It must be tough to be the weather man.

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What I expected to be a “dusting” or even rain turned out to be a 12 inches.

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It was a winter wonderland fitting for a Christmas card.

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A week of mild temperatures thawed the once frozen pond.

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The ducks are such creatures of habit that it was tough to get them to take a dip in the slushy pond – they’re already used to it being a skating rink.

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I do think it’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas!

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3 Responses to What 1-3 Inches Looks Like

  1. Anita Smith says:

    When we get a forecast of 1-3 inches, it may be a dusting…sigh. Central Va is a Bermuda Triangle of its own!

  2. Kathy Anderson says:

    You live in The Land of the Pointed Firs!

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