A lot of snow

I don’t think I’ve ever explained the header beneath the words ‘from egghill’. During the blizzard(s) of 2010, my house was without power, so I hiked to Dan and John’s because I knew they would at least have the fireplace going. They didn’t have power either and we were relieved to see the Delmarva Power truck coming slowly up the road. Almost in unison we said – “he’s getting too close to the bank” and he was stuck for several hours. The streaks of light in the picture came from when the huge snowplow came through, making enough room for the truck to be pulled out of the snow bank. The wavy lines are probably from me shivering on the front porch taking the picture!

A lot of snow

The morning after the snowplow getting stuck!

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