Freaky nor'easter hits us this past Saturday dumping up to 2 feet of wet white stuff on trees with leaves.
Typical snow hits New England later in November after the fall foliage season. Well, I am looking at my yard right now, trees with green leaves, snow on the ground and a mountain of branches scattered around the property.
IMHO this is worse than Hurricane Irene or the 1 June 2011 tornado.
We have it pretty bad. Three hundred thousand homes and businesses still without power. Westfield State University is closed for the week (yippee), and that gives me the time to catch up on school work in between cleaning up the yard.
Since many gas stations are without power, lines of impatient drivers remind me of the gas crisis days of the Seventies and early Eighties.
Who needs to go to the gym when you got a yard.