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Uploaded by: suzi46

Thursday February 28, 2013

Brownfield, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: another 12 inch snowfall..luckily the temps are above freezing so we should see some melting..

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7. WurzelDave
8:48 PM GMT on March 03, 2013
Erk!
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6. pegpics
2:50 PM GMT on March 02, 2013
Looks like you live in an igloo!!!...that's probably cozy, because it's blocking the wind!
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5. suzi46
3:38 PM GMT on March 01, 2013
@hoecat..LOL!! we have 3 other exits/entrances to the house..so we just let "Nature do its thing" with the front porch entry in the Winter..thanks for your comment :)
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4. hoecat
3:17 PM GMT on March 01, 2013
UH time to tunnel out LOL !! I love snow. That much would freak me out if I couldn't get out of the front door !!!! Great series and congrats on the VIP :)
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3. suzi46
12:43 AM GMT on March 01, 2013
LOL..yes Eileen! I am beginning to feel like we are being "held hostage" by all this snow! it will melt quickly though once the warmer temps and longer days start..think that's called Spring!

thankyou for your comments!
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2. YouKnowWho
12:27 AM GMT on March 01, 2013
It's closing in on ya!
Another great snowy series!
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1. newenglandlight
11:12 PM GMT on February 28, 2013
Oh my gosh, you're buried! I'm glad all of my precipitation has been rain! Great series!
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suzi46

Living in the mountains of Western Maine on a 15 acre 'gentleman's farm', in a hand hewn log home, has been a wonderful experience these past 6 1/2 years. The photo ops are virtually unlimited what with the surrounding working farms, dozens of lakes, ponds, and brooks, and thousands of acres of forest. Not to mention our own pond and brooks as well as extensive flower gardens, fruit bushes, vines, and trees. The views of Mt Washington and the Presidentials of NH only add to the drama! Not a bad place to be retired..and I am so glad I can share all of this with the wonderful folks on this great site..it has been a wonderful journey and learning experience thus far..and it's only getting better!

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