Well that one fizzled out. Looks like a good day to go to Dundee and watch them film the movie. Maybe I can go take Tom Hanks out to coffee when he is on break. It's amazing how many movies get shot around here.
When you're done with coffee get a picture of him in your truck and post it for us. It must be nice to hobknob with the movie royalty.
But really the weather is still looking like it has a few tricks up it's sleeve.
Think they's get mad if I went through and did some plowing? LOL
Yeah, Eric, they do seem to shoot movies out this way quite a bit. When they shot Groundhog Day out in Woodstock, my sister almost ran over Bill Murray. He was screwing around of course, but she was backing out of a parking spot and he jumped behind her car and scared the @%!# out of her. That would've been a story to tell...
As far as the snow goes, yes, the Tuesday storm failed us once again. BUT... when I woke up this morning, my phone had a little message on it from the National Weather Service: ...A MAJOR LATE WINTER STORM TO AFFECT THE MIDWEST TONIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY.