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Friday, January 11, 2008

One of the best youtube videos I've seen in awhile! Enjoy.

  1. Blogger Rositta said:

    Hi Cathy, that is an amazing video clip. I remember that storm, we had it in Toronto too, albeit not to that extent. I do remember a storm of that intensity in Montreal in the late 60's where people were stranded and my then husband rescued three strangers and they stayed with us for two days until the roads were cleared. Wow, I sure hope we don't have weather like that any time soon, I'm too old to cope with stuff like that, have a nice weekend...ciao

  1. Blogger x said:

    this is too scary Cathy. Especially for a person from the south like i am . When the newscaster says don't panic, i don't know, that's when i panic!

    p.s a couple of people have told me they haven't received emails i sent them. Did you get mine?

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  1. Blogger Diminishing Smile said:

    As someone who lives in the land of the wet and the grey, and craves snow (we do see some...at least 1/4" if we are lucky, it can even last for as mush as a few hours)...it's almost incomprehensible to envisage it as a danger, threat or even a nuisance... I have friends who moved to Canada and they loved the snow, for at least 2 weeks... Real eye opener... Thanks..

  1. Blogger Stephanie said:

    I remember that! I was just a kid, but New England was hit pretty hard too. I thought maybe I just remembered big snowbanks because I was little :)

  1. Blogger Jase said:

    I have never understood why England decided to try and grab the frozen North of the Americas and let Spain/Portugal have thee sunny warm bits from Mexico (or even Texas/California) down. Colombia would be a paradise policed by mounties and the troublemakers would be too busy freezing their asses off to waste time on revolutions and other nonsense.

  1. Blogger Clare said:

    Thanks for posting that Cathy.

  1. Blogger Foxy said:

    i was only six months old! and here we freak out when it starts flurring! lol

  1. Blogger Cisco said:

    Amazing indeed. "Do not use the hone for social calls"....
    Good thing for cell phones, but would they work in a blizzard of that magnitude.


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