Sunday, December 20, 2009

Twenty Two Inches

If I liked deep snow
I'd've stayed in Buffalo
Where's global warming?













8 comments:

MarkL42 said...

10.9" in Central Park and 8.8" @LaGuardia. Probably more like 6-8" here so I can't complain. I'm all for a nice snow for the first day. After that, around here it turns soot gray and other colors. Won't have to deal with the commute as I burn those last 2009 vacation days.

whitewitch said...

Talk about being snowed under. That blanket of snow is so thick that the whole parking lot has turned into a winter-not-so-wonderful land! I can just imagine the distress of the car owners.

Janet said...

buried cars are no fun to dig out!

I think they call it Climate Change now:-)

dive said...

Brr!
That storm sure was a doozy, Lulu.
I hope it all clears up for the holidays.

R. Jacob said...

just stopped by to wish you a happy holiday.

Linda and her Twaddle said...

Have a gorgeous and happy holiday. I know snow is cold and inconvenient but it looks sooooo lovely!

Scout said...

Wow! I haven't seen 22 inches of snow since I got trapped in Chicago during a freak New Year's storm years ago.

neetzy said...

We got twelve inches that day. We got another three New Year's Eve. I think it can go away now.