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January 28, 2008

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Susan Beth Breuner

It takes so much work to keep up with snow like that. When we lived just north of Lake Tahoe we would get 48 inches over night. My husband would blow snow when he got home from work, before he went to bed, when he got up in the morning, and right before he left for work, and then come home at lunch time to do it again. Still it would be accumulating faster than seemed reasonable. Of course, that snow is wet Sierra Cement, so it is different than the snow in more northern parts. My son would pretty much see his father on those days by looking out his bedroom window to the driveway and waving. Glad you have neighbors who work together to get the job done!

Sheila

I caught this post via a google alert. You will find similar posts on my blog. I grew up in Wallace but have been away from this area for twenty years probably. I moved back (to Sandpoint) in 2006. All I can say is, I'm glad my first winter back wasn't like this - I may have rethought the wisdom of coming home!

You must be up on the mountain somewhere - slightly more (but not much) than I got in that same storm.

Jessica

HI there! I found you via the MOPS leaders forum. Your group(s) seems very active and I was impressed with all the info and newsletters. I just wanted to connect with you because I'm in the beginning stages of starting a MOPS group and being coordinator is way outside my comfort zone... Anyway...

your kidlets are WAY cute! You are one busy lady! I don't know how you do it all!

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