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I took this picture the other day from my kitchen window. The deer tried to eat the bird’s apples but the birds are smart. They pulled the apples under my wife’s Jeep!

When this picture was taken we had snow with an average deep of 20". The reason it looks less is just because I've shoveled of about 6" of snow from the lawn earlier this winter.

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Very Beautiful Jan.

Schools were cancelled today, its snowing right now, I like the snow

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Very Beautiful Jan.

Schools were cancelled today, its snowing right now, I like the snow

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Nice picture! I like snow too, but 20" was too much. We only get this kind of winter every 25 years or so. Usually we get 6"-10" in the southern parts of Sweden. It has started to melt away today with the result of a 4" thick layer of slush on our street. I went for a ride in my Cadillac and couldn't drive faster than 15 mph on our street because the car wanted to go sideways! Traction and stability systems were engaged quite a lot. I did try that with the Jeep but it hasn't got neither traction control nor a stability system. I better drive my wife to her work.

The main road was mainly in good shape though.

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Jan,

Very nice picture... and too much snow for me.

I wouldn't mind a warmer climat. No road salt, no rust, no slush, no carwashes every other day to keep the Caddy clean. But I like snow in moderate amounts :)

We haven't had any elks visiting yet. But a neighbour has...

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