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Snowpocalypse II Pics

Blame it on the snow. The weather put the kibosh on our plans to visit my dad for a belated celebration of his birthday. At first, forecasters thought the snow might miss us, but soon we had to admit it was coming right at us! A three-hour trip to Central Pennsylvania was no longer possible.

We did, however, make use of the weekend, adding more items to our baby registry, making reservations for Valentine's Day (provided we don't get socked with more snow), and redesigning my portfolio page. Not to mention me sorting through all the piled-up mail and doing some laundry. All this while 22 inches fell on the streets outside our rowhouse in the Philadelphia suburbs.

On Sunday, after the snow stopped, I ventured out to take some photos of the storm the blogosphere dubbed Snowpocalypse II.



Una Checks out the Snow

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Una takes a good look at the snow, piled high around her.


Bicycle Buried in the Snow

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A bicycle is almost completely buried in snow.


Icicles Dangling from Roof

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Icicles dangle from a roof.



Una Next to a Snow Pile

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Una is dwarfed by a snow pile.


Saving a Parking Place

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A dining room chair marks a shoveled parking space.


Una Prancing

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Una prances like a lively pony through belly-high snow.



Snow-Covered Cross

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Snow caps a stone cross at the local Catholic church.


Snowy Branch

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Snow forms a ridge on a tree branch.


Snowy Street

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A snowy street, lined with snow ridges.

Moral:

When you can't go anywhere, you get more done.


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