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Author:  MetalQueen [ Sat Dec 14, 2013 7:04 pm ]
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I'm at under an inch. What is everyone else at?

Author:  Keyz56 [ Sat Dec 14, 2013 9:24 pm ]
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I'm going under the covers with my wife! Image

Author:  thegibba [ Sat Dec 14, 2013 9:42 pm ]
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Keyz56 wrote:
I'm going under the covers with my wife! Image


If you smoke after doing that you are doing it too fast

Author:  Granite Guy [ Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:03 pm ]
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Exeter, NH checking in with 4 1/2 inches according to my very scientific method of using a yard stick. Very light and fluffy stuff. Now, back to enjoying our lovely White Mountain Christmas tree. let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...

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Author:  Beckie and Prema [ Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:34 pm ]
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Just a few inches in the Great City of Lawrence! For some reason (maybe lack of sleep, etc) I am freezing (even though I'm inside) and am wondering what ever possessed me to even think of going anywhere in the winter, let alone the List :lol: :lol: :lol:!

Author:  Keyz56 [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 1:26 am ]
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OK...it's about 1:30am, and I just got up to take a pi....well, you know. :oops:
I took a look outside and it looks about a few inches. (The snow that is!) The ever trusting Weather Channel says, "Concord, NH, 1am-2am Snow, 3am-8am Heavy Snow, and 8am-2pm Snow". So according to them, and they're NEVER wrong, Image it should be all over 2:00 this afternoon. Accumulation's of 10-14 inches.

Monday is snowshoe day! I'm gonna find me a nice deep pine forest to take a walk through.

Author:  Cracky [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 7:11 am ]
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Keyz56 wrote:
OK...it's about 1:30am, and I just got up to take a pi....well, you know. :oops:
I took a look outside and it looks about a few inches. (The snow that is!) The ever trusting Weather Channel says, "Concord, NH, 1am-2am Snow, 3am-8am Heavy Snow, and 8am-2pm Snow". So according to them, and they're NEVER wrong, Image it should be all over 2:00 this afternoon. Accumulation's of 10-14 inches.

Monday is snowshoe day! I'm gonna find me a nice deep pine forest to take a walk through.


With Monday's windy and chilly forecast, that's the best place to be—sheltered from it all in nice, quiet forest. That is, if inside doesn't work for you. :wink:

Author:  Keyz56 [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 7:59 am ]
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Cracky wrote:
With Monday's windy and chilly forecast, that's the best place to be—sheltered from it all in nice, quiet forest. That is, if inside doesn't work for you. :wink:

Forget the wink Cracky...haha...I hear my other girl, "The Pine Forest" calling me. Yup, that's where I'll stay nice and warm tomorrow.

(All kidding aside...my wife is awesome. She's the best to me!)

Author:  IQuest [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 8:46 am ]
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We have about 9 inches here in Canaan. Looking at the radar, it seems to be over.

Author:  Granite Guy [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 2:11 pm ]
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Three hours of shoveling. Wasn't that fun?? :evil:

Ended up with 12 or 13 inches here, depending on if you measure on the well or on the picnic table.

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Author:  backpackingengineer [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 4:34 pm ]
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We got about 8" near my home in Central MA. Tried out some new running snowshoes today.

Author:  madmattd [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 5:20 pm ]
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About 6-8" here. It rained/sleeted for a little while this morning before I went out so it might have been more originally, ended up with a hard crust topping. Sounds like the mountains got a bunch, wahoo! Winter officially begins Saturday at 12:11, and snowshoes are in order from the get-go this year. Yeay!

Author:  BobC [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 6:04 pm ]
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Didn't measure but probably got the same as Granite Guy since we live in the same area. But because of the wind there was a lot of drifting and so it would have been hard to get an accurate measurement anyway...one side of my car had about a quarter of an inch and the other side had at least a foot. :wink:

Author:  hiker0200 [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 6:06 pm ]
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I don't know the actual amount my area received, but I was able to snowshoe in my backyard without the shoes touching the ground under the snow :D !

Author:  Keyz56 [ Sun Dec 15, 2013 8:22 pm ]
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I was thinking of snowshoeing Artists Bluff tomorrow. It's easy and through nice pine with a great view of the Franconia Notch. It's supposed to be in the single digits there...."YES"! :D

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