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Snow Day
Philadelphia

Philadelphia has been getting a real winter this year.  Toward the end of the third heavy snow in 3 weeks, our yard in Germantown looked like this.  It is some comfort to know that the weather seems to be worse everywhere else.

Copyright: Thomas K Sharpless
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