What to do when we're snowed in?

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

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It has been awhile since I have actually felt "snowed in." Our winters in northwest Arkansas are so varied that being "snowed in" is not something that happens often. Some winters bring hardly any snow at all. When we do have snow, it often happens that the melting starts right away, and only a day or two after a snow most of the accumulation is melted away. But every so often, we can see a real winter storm, with heavy snow, sleet and ice, and sometimes it stays on for days; even weeks.

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As I have said a few times before I enjoy your column. I am in your generation and we have seen a lot of change. As I recall, you stated that possibly our generation has seen more change than the generations proceeding us. Our generation is passing away, it is probably beyond our comprehension what a child of four or five years using a computer will see in his lifetime. That’s if a deranged fool doesn’t turn the earth into a cinder using a nuclear device.

Posted by: wkc1970

February 16, 2018 at 11:19 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

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