After School Snow (snow winter architecture trees ). Photo by Kennebunker
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After School Snow

Uploaded by: Kennebunker

Wednesday January 16, 2013

Saco, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The busses were still on the road this afternoon when I left school - looked beautiful, but boy, the driving was treacherous!

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4. Wanderoo
7:00 PM GMT on January 17, 2013
Great weather photo. Sorry to hear that the driving is treacherous. May all the drivers, students, and others on the road make it home safely.

Retired from teaching years ago, but I remember those awful rides home on snowy days in the Northeast. On Amelia Island, FL, it has been mild. We have to watch out for bikers, motorcyclists, and snowbirds who are unfamiliar with the area and don't know how to negotiate roundabouts. Those concerns do not match riding on black ice, new snow, or a combo of them both. Then there is the fear of someone careening into your car and on and on.
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3. CalicoBass
9:05 AM GMT on January 17, 2013
Sounds like we had about the same kind of day, lol. Our school didn't let out until 2:00 so they could call it a full day. I snagged this pic below from our local News. It is just about 25 miles from us in Batesville, where there are a lot of hills. These two School Busses had trouble in the snow, loosing control coming down a hill and one spins all the way around. I think our schools should have said the heck with trying to get a full day and let out sooner.

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2. trailhiker44
7:20 AM GMT on January 17, 2013
Just enough accumulation to make the roads slick and treacherous!
Love the snowy scene and the brick wall, where the coming down snow shows up beautifully !
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1. Madermade
2:53 AM GMT on January 17, 2013
Love that snowy tree!
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