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    Quote Originally Posted by bwd172 View Post
    Hi, name's Brian, I'm new here, but have been hanging around for some time. Just had to reply to your lack of snow post. Supposidly, High Point got 13.5 inches, and route 80 was shut down from exit 34(Lake Hopatcong) west. My family lives in NH and VT (and NJ) and I wish I could move up there now. Anyway just want to say hi, and that Jersey can do something right sometimes.
    howdy Brian
    im in south east PA and we seen the snow up north on the news and i wish i was there
    and i to wish i could move up to NH now also ,i am working on moving up there in 6 yrs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    LOL, that is a part of my purpose in life - to have fun! Now, at work they struggle with it a bit. But, tough.
    hay brad with all this talk about snow is the driveway heat ready to go
    if you want i can go up there and lay down on the driveway and you can turn it on from down south and i can see if it gets hot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    hay brad with all this talk about snow is the driveway heat ready to go
    if you want i can go up there and lay down on the driveway and you can turn it on from down south and i can see if it gets hot
    Yes, it is ready - but we have not fixed a small leak and purged the air out of the system. If I need to turn it on, I can. But there does not seem to be much reason for it yet. We have not really turned the furnace on yet. Remember, we did a roof system replacement this summer and it is super insulated.
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    Snow in the Champlain Valley of Vermont. It must have been falling very hard at some point because the temp never went below freezing.

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    We had light flurries all day long here in Tamworth, but it never stuck. There was a few times it came down good, but still none on the ground.



    We took a drive to Wonalancet about 5:15pm, and they were completely covered in snow.



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    It is 33 degrees both here in NC and at the cabin in Maine. Very cold for NC this time of year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    Since I live in RI I guess I should be at the store buying bread and milk now just in case I can't leave the house for the next month or so after the early season blizzard that I'm sure we're going to get today.
    yep, that's the rhode island mentality alright!
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