How is everyone surviving the snow?

Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

It's hard to guess how much as most of it is in drifts, but I would have to guess that I have around 6-8" so far. I have to check to see how much longer it plans on hanging out..

West Warwick, RI(Zone 6b)

This snow is for the birds! I can't WAIT for spring!!!
I hate shoveling!

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Pennsauken, NJ(Zone 6b)

We're at 13-14" so far and it's still coming down steady.
Have shoveled 5 times today since 6:30am. Drifts are 2-3' !!

The birds have come to fisticuffs over the six feeders.

Annie

Southern, CT(Zone 6a)

I would say we have 8 inches & still growing. Just got off the phone with someone closer to Hartford, THEY HAVE 2 FEET!! Andy, I imagine you too?
Dave

Southern, CT(Zone 6a)

Make it a foot for me!

Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

I can't tell - it keeps blowing. I heard earlier the Central Park has 22.5"!!! According to the weather jerk - they got 11" in 3 hours!!!

New Haven, CT(Zone 6a)

We've got at least a foot and change, and it's still going strong. I'm curled up with plant catalogues (instead of work) and hot chocolate, but my husband is skiing down East Rock, which is a big hill/cliff here in New Haven--yikes! At least somebody's enjoying it...
Meg

Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

I hear the snow mobiles - too bad it's been so warm. If the lake were frozen they'd be havin' a field day

West Warwick, RI(Zone 6b)

Meg, when your husband gets back you tell him, Dena," says your nuts!"

Southern, CT(Zone 6a)

East Rock!!! That's sheer cliff!

Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

who would have thought - extreme skiing...

Brockton, MA(Zone 6a)

Sidekick Sarah is having fun. She has been out 5 times already.
Here she is, showing off her new dance steps.
Andy P

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Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

I ventured out to tackle some more shovelling...huff...pufff

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Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

You can't see the lake at the end of the block...

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Salem, MA

Still blowing around in circles, here. Cape Ann usually gets the last of a Nor'easter before it goes out to sea...at least a foot accumulated, but with the drifting it's hard to say. TV showed a surfer in Winthrop (few towns south) actually getting a few short runs in. Brrr.

Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

a surfer???...insane!!

Salem, MA

Storm must be the only time he gets a surf. He was pretty well covered in rubber, everything except the eyes. But it does sound pretty crazy...

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