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photos of snow and snow related things...

Here are a few photos from the snow storm of the century in Albuquerque. Schools are still closed today (the storm was last Friday) because they couldn't clean out the parking lots. It has been utterly ridiculous.

A tree fallen outside of my apartment. Thankfully both of those doors are not mine, but that's my complex for sure.


This is my favorite bush ever because it blocks my bedroom window from light. Not so much right now. A bit loaded with snow.


Yeah, this is a LOT of snow for Albuquerque. Side streets still aren't cleared and parking lots are a sheet of ice.



The awning for the gas station fell. I guess this place was all over the news. The worst is that is where I normally buy gas because it is usually cheap.



The interstate (or should I say parking lot) on Sunday after the storm. No one paying attention to lanes at all. It was fun stuff!

We're supposed to get more snow on Friday. Oh joy. Didn't I move to the southwest to not have to deal with this stuff?
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1 Comments:

Hey my Illinois friend--I need you to come teach me how to live in snow! But, I'm glad you've been ok in our fabulous blizzards. Twenty-one plows? Really, people.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:24 PM  

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