Friday, April 19, 2013

Snow Day

    4 p.m., 18 April 2013, in Independence, Minnesota

Remember those wonderful days, back when we were in grade school, when the snow barreled down during the night – too much snow for the school buses to pick up the kids? “Snow days,” they were called.
by Charlie Leck

We’d hoot and holler when the radio declared it was a snow day for Chester Public School. “No school today in Chester!” 

Well, I’m declaring it a snow day here in Minnesota – even though it is the 19th of April. Over 12 inches of snow here on the old farm from yesterday afternoon and on through the night. It’s a snow day. “No blog today!”

    I struggled my way along awful highways from Minneapolis
    and finally got to my driveway at about 4 p.m. yesterday afternoon.

    Finally, a sighting of home, taken through my windshield
    with my iPhone.

 "It's spring! It's spring, that wonderful time of year!"

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