Tuesday, December 28, 2010
If you were anywhere along the East coast this weekend, you were walloped with a massive snowstorm. From the Delaware coast to Boston, people are digging out 2 days later. We are no exception. Here along coastal New Jersey, we were slammed with 30 inches of snow. Add to it the winds, and there are snow drifts in some spots that are 7 feet high. It is unbelievable. I've never seen snow like this in my lifetime, and I hope never to again.

Only this morning are we seeing snow plows for the first time. The clean up efforts are daunting.
This is a frontal view of our house. If you look to the right, you can see the sheer depth of the snow. We have a picket fence in front of our house. It's completely smothered.

Snow blowing the two-car driveway was a monumental task. We stuck with one side...for now.

The girls couldn't have been happier. In temperatures that were hovering around 10 degrees Fahrenheit, they refused to come inside where it was warm and toasty. 

The hubs' Jeep Wrangler was completely enveloped in snow. We just don't get snow like this so early in the season and so close to the coast. No one was prepared for it. Finally, today, we are seeing some progress being made in plowing secondary roads.

It's about time because I'm going a little stir crazy. I've got to get outta the house!

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