First things first, who chose the name Nemo? I don't know when they decided to start naming blizzards but using sweet Disney characters just seems to strange!
We got about 2 feet here in Boston and spent a few hours Saturday clearing the sidewalk off, as well as J's car. My car was another story...and we had no energy left Saturday for it. Sunday we headed out at noon to clear my car and didn't get back inside until 2. I was exhausted.
Here's a recap of Nemo through pictures:
Friday night the emergency light outside our place was aglow. We kind of forget about this light since it's rarely on.
By Saturday morning, the snow on our deck was up to my waist. Tuck wouldn't go near it.
Opened the front door and holy smokes there is a lot of snow! That would be my car buried under that snow mound...
Tucker was pretty hesitant to go out there.
A view down our street. The left side of the street (our side) seemed to get hit by all of the snow drifts.
The plows decided to use our corner to push snow/store snow. Gee thanks, now we have 6 feet of snow to move. The sidewalk in front of our place is our responsibility and we take it seriously. We don't want anyone slipping and sliding on our property. That would not be good!
Love living in a corner unit for all of the extra windows....downside? A lot more sidewalk to shovel! Good thing J is a machine when it comes to shoveling.
Ugh, snow hanging over our roof. This makes me really nervous!
During snow emergencies, you cannot park on the main street. And from Friday at 4pm to Saturday at 4pm, the state had mandated a travel ban. So strange to see the streets empty!
Even stranger than seeing no cars, seeing everyone walking in the road to get around!
Tucker supervised from here...
Finally digging my car out. 2 feet of snow piled up. Somebody get me a garage stat.
The weather Sunday was gorgeous. Blue skies and fairly warm. Hopefully the weather stays warm this week to help get rid of this snow! For those of you still without power I really hope it comes back soon. Positive thinking.