It all worked out just fine here, with lots of shoveling and the whole neighborhood out talking and clearing snow together. There’s still a travel ban until midnight tonight, and I understand there are some areas, especially down around Cape Cod, that lost power. But here we’re not going to have much to complain about besides sore muscles tomorrow.
About that snow blower that needs a new carb? I went online last night and found carburetors galore—where else?—on Amazon. Including a replacement for my 35-year-old machine. The only problem: it’s coming from Hong Kong, or maybe China (wait—Hong Kong is China now, isn’t it?), and I can only hope it will arrive before Spring.
And the coffee? A friendly neighbor gave me some beans to get me through the hard times.
Here are some pix:
|Past the hump, but still coming down|
|Shovelers preparing for work|
|Captain Jack at the ready|
|Do I have the con, or do you have the con?|
|Settling into evening. Yes, the Christmas lights are still up. |
All's well that ends well.
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