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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

We are expecting a rather serious snow storm tomorrow.  Taking this seriously, we did some grocery shopping this afternoon rather than waiting until tomorrow - just in case.  The forecast is for 12-18 inches, more or less, depending on what track the storm finally follows.  Skiers and snowmobile enthusiasts everywhere are jubilant that this is shaping up to be one of the best snow years in a while.  We won't know anything for sure until after the storm has passed, but it does seem promising at the moment.  Or not, depending on one's interests and attitude.

Diane Rossi shared this photo of Bill and one of his visitors today, Oreo, who came with Henretta all the way from Joe's Pond to Sherburne to see him. Oreo is a friendly little girl and she and Bill became friends last summer, so this was a happy reunion.  Diane said Bill is doing well, settling in at his new residence, getting to know the staff and other residents.  There are lots of activities for residents there, and that is especially important for anyone as gregarious as Bill.  

It will be interesting to see how the weather behaves tomorrow.  If you don't absolutely have to travel, best to stay home.  The road crews will be busy and there are always those crazies who drive too fast for conditions or who don't have proper tires on their vehicles so end up in a ditch or taking out someone else on the highway.  So try to stay out of their way if you must be on the road!









 

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