November 13, 2004

Well, It *Is* November.

Somehow, I wasn’t prepared for the snow on the ground here this morning. The weather has been getting colder, the weather report said there was a possibility of snow, Bob McCown instant messaged me to say the snow was falling to the north. My boss said the snow was coming as he left the office.

Yet, somehow, I was not ready to see a pile of snow on my driveway, complete with the snow plow leavings.

So, I guess it’s winter now.

Posted by James at November 13, 2004 9:44 AM
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You got enough snow to warrant plows? Up here in the Great White North (tm) we got a dusting, but it is sunny today so most of has already melted.

Posted by: Jim at November 13, 2004 1:09 PM

About four or five inches total here. It is starting to melt fast now in the sunshine.

Posted by: at November 13, 2004 1:50 PM

I played basketball in my shorts yesterday. :) Sorry. Couldn't help myself. I'm thousands of miles from friends and family. I have to take what I can get.

Posted by: briwei at November 13, 2004 1:54 PM

Shovelling wasn't too bad, just unexpected. About 4 inches, according to NWS.

Looking at the map, this storm was somewhat along the coast, or at least it radiated from the coast.

But the snow will be gone in a couple of days.

Bri - thanks for the sartorial report. I ate breakfast in my undies. ;-D Love ya.

Posted by: James at November 13, 2004 3:19 PM

Oh, Bri, we miss you. It goes both ways. My kids went sledding on our back yard dirt pile with their little friends and made a tiny snowman. Then they came in and had hot chocolate and played in front of a roaring fire. And I went running in my shorts the other day. Nice and fast because the air is cold the way I like it. I couldn't last five minutes in S.D.!

Posted by: Maggie at November 13, 2004 10:22 PM

James, It's going to be 50 all week. There was no need to shovel it'll all be goine by Wed. I just drove over our 5 inches or so. The driveway is mostly clear already.

Brian- I'll take the snow and cold thanks. Yesterday we baked a turkey lit a fire and played boardgames all day! Woo hoo!

Posted by: B.O.B.(bob) at November 15, 2004 9:21 AM

Damn, that turkey was good. Nothing beats turkey on a cold crips fall day. And then there was the apple crisp, the fire, and the board game.

I love this time of year!

I'm sad that I didnt' get to rake the leaves out of our walkway before the snow, but says it'll be in the 50s all week, so I'm sure I'll be able to rake away on Saturday.

Posted by: Patti M. at November 15, 2004 9:42 AM

Apple crisp? Possibility for Saturday?

We were having playdate guests, and I wanted to give the folks a place to park. Turns out they owned a Jeep, so they wouldn't have been fazed by a little snow. I needed the exercise anyhow.

Posted by: James at November 15, 2004 9:55 AM

I don't even _like_ apple crips, and I liked this one. That's how good it was.

I'm sure The Man would be happy to oblige. His is currently in a meeting, but will get back to you soon, I'm sure.

Posted by: Patti M. at November 15, 2004 10:01 AM

Apple crisp is certainly doable (and easy!). Plenty of orchards with local apples still open!

Posted by: B.O.B.(bob) at November 15, 2004 4:01 PM

Don't like apple crips? How about apple bloods? ;-)

I mostly miss the people. You'd actually be fine out here Maggie. The mornings and evenings are plenty cool for a run.

Of course, I still laugh at people who tell me how cold it is.

Posted by: briwei at November 15, 2004 6:43 PM

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