We do need the snow. The water level in all 5 great lakes is low and Lake Michigan and Huron are at the lost point since they started keeping records. If Lake Michigan get much lower the Chicago river will reverse it flow and start dumping untreated waste into the lake. The river was so low in the fall the boat company that I work for could not get the boat into the dry dock for the 5 year inspection.
Terry and Janet
2008 3001W Windjammer
2007 Ford F150
Snow started coming down here in Southeastern Massachusetts around 3:00 P.M. and now (8:30 P.M.) there's about five inches on the ground. Meteorologists claim the worst is yet to come and I'm located in the 30+ inches area of their snowfall maps. Wind is gusting up to 50 miles per hour (says the news) and tree branches and power lines are dropping everywhere (Iím listening to the local police and fire radio). When it's all over I'll try to post the after photos but in the meantime, Iíll sit and enjoy the warm woodstove and plan for better camping days. Sorry I didn't bring out my "TURBS" SIGN, too windy and wet anyway.