By: GRANDMANAN , 11:46 AM GMT on February 18, 2013

Beginning to clear, cold and windy is the aftermath of another weekend blizzard. The depressing brown grass has been covered by a blanket of white. Wind 25-30KPH westerly, temp -9C, expectation to rise low single digits on the minus side, with sun by this afternoon. Clearing for tomorrow, modest temps with showers by mid-week.

Wind factor unable to speculate on amount of snow down, large drifts around the house blown there overnight. Rob has no school today imagine he can shovel, and plow where required. Have no doubt the plowing might be accomplished the shoveling remains to be seen.

Emily an extra day in Quispam, the bus didn not run, expect they should be on schedule by this afternoon. Rob was to take his Drivers Test this morning, doubt that will be the case.

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11:49 AM GMT on February 19, 2013
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6:39 PM GMT on February 18, 2013
Afternoon CHUNKS, bright sun, westerly wind making the -4C temp seem much cooler than the thermometer says.

Rob has his license, no school, has graciously mentioned to Donna she dosen't have to get the mail he will gladly do so, also she dosen't have to take him to coach hockey, all she has to do is allow him to use her car.

Emily hung up in Quispam, expect she will get out of town this afternoon.

Believe he did most of the shoveling before taking his road test, nervous energy can be a good thing on some occasions.
The snow for the most part blew into the bush, drifts around the entrances the main concern with some yards requiring larger plows to get clear, overall not bad at all.

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2. chunks
5:19 PM GMT on February 18, 2013
Dear Rob:

We were buried by snow this morning. If hubby had not been home this morning I wouldn't have made it to work. There was moutains of drifts in the driveway. What is amazing to me is that the bosses never say as much - but still expect all employees to be to work on time or as close to. Hopefully, some day, the same will happen to them is all I can say. ARG.

The wind seems to be coming up again. I just don't know. It seems we are getting winter all in one month.

Well, I still have to do shovelling now that husband off to work so must get too. Hope all of yours is done when you get home.

Word. Chunks.
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1. plapman
1:40 PM GMT on February 18, 2013
Good morning Rob.
It looks like the Louis Riel days festivities will be brought to a halt.
All highways in the Portage area are still open but snow covered with 0 visibility at times. I'm sure it won't be long until the RCMP close the Trans Canada to Winnipeg.
Enjoy your day.
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