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Thursday, February 3, 2011

The Great Whiteout - and we Don't Mean Liquid Paper!

We are slowly moving about again, and I hope everyone else is, too. I am reminded today about the difficulties of snow removal. There are 5' drifts piled on flat rooves. I don't know whether to despair, and worry about the weight on houses, or dare to hope it will melt quickly since the groundhog did not see his shadow. If it melts, will have floods, and lots of water damage, no doubt. One radio announcer suggested sending it to Cairo so they could "chill!" Dumping it into the river is not cool; the snow has been lying on chemically treated ground and asphalt. I can only think of the nightmares that could be involved re contaminated water. I used to work on EPA groundwater contamination cases; not fun. To read more, cf. Erin Brockovich and A Civil Action. I hope everyone has power, and is safe. To avoid the seven car spins and pile ups we had here, stay home, be safe, don't overdo the shoveling, and stay calm.

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