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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Snowmageddon

Posted By on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 5:09 AM

THE HOLLY AND THE SNOW: Mine didnt make it.
  • THE HOLLY AND THE SNOW: Mine didn't make it.

DOUBLE FIGURES: The yardstick in my yard measured right at 10 inches.
  • DOUBLE FIGURES: The yardstick in my yard measured right at 10 inches.
The Arkansas Blog's Hillcrest bureau has been without power all night. The steep hill that I must navigate to reach the wired universe is covered with what looks like a foot of snow, not to mention downed tree limbs.

That is my excuse. What's yours?

On the jump a couple of nice shots last night by Jim Leveritt.

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