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Discussion in 'Storm Pictures' started by 20Silverado05, Feb 20, 2008.
There were some big piles..
the road up to my house in new New Hampshire had 6 foot banks on each side of the road. its really cool to walk down the street when the snow is as tall as you on both sides of the road.
Nice! Wish we had that sight here!
I was just in Keene this past weekend. I was very jealous of all the snow.
Hey! Those first pictures are on the "Kanc"in Lincoln, just south of the Franconia Notch from me.
That's more snow than we got. North Conway, NH also got pounded- the piles are even higher there.
wow, thats pretty cool, its like frozen guard rails. I know a couple times up North (NY) you would drive through snow canyons. That was fun.
The Kancamagus trail. I saw my first swamp donkey there during Bike week in 2006. Man do I wish we had have that amount of snow. Maybe this coming weekend.
Awesome pics! It looks like parts of New England are getting some serious snow this year.
We've had probably the same amount this year. Problem is everytime we get a dumping we either get warm weather or a rain storm. Nice looking pics.tymusic
Thanks for those pictures , we vacation in Franconia Knotch and Lincoln during the summer , always wondered what it looked like in the winter.I thought that highway looked familiar....
Just returned from a few days in Bridgton Maine, the snow banks there are unreal!! I can't remember that much snow in years
Nice pictures, I wish we had that much snow!
Anywhere near Naples, my family has a house there and said they havent had this much snow in a while?
Thats Deer Park Resort, we rent a condo there for a week in the summer..
yea that is Deer Park, we rent a condo there in the summer and the winter, its a great place.
It looks like your running out of room there. Pictures look good
It is actually weird because when you drive up 93 the snow was thin up until about exit 20 then all of a sudden there are snow banks 5'+. I live on the Mass border and was doing a house up in Holderness exit 23 and it is a very big difference. When I left my house Monday morning to go to the house it was 55 degrees. When I got to my job site it was 36 degrees and people were digging out their mailboxes from all the snow banks. Just night a day difference. We would of had more down here but as was mentioned. Every time it snows we get a very warm front move through a few days later and everything melts. At least my kids track on the front lawn is now covered again so they will be riding the snowmobile there tomorrow or actually later on this morning.
without the snow
This is that same set of traffic lights just without the snow.
You guys get me jealous I remember when we ALMOST used to have that around here 20 years ago!
More Power to ya!