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The Great Melt

After the great freeze, we woke up to the great melt. The weather warmed up overnight and the ice started to melt.

Trees were literally shedding ice. Every blast of wind shook the coated tree limbs—it sounded like a wind chime. We were lucky, no power line snapped in our neighborhood.

Sidewalks are flooded though, and even though roads are drivable there’s still ice everywhere. It doesn’t just look like winter, it feels like it too. I’m getting cabin fever… it’s tough to be trapped at home.

Ice Power Lines (Please don't snap!)
Ice Power Lines (Please don’t snap!)
Coated Tree Limb
Coated Tree Limb
Merivale Road
Merivale Road
Ice, Baby, Ice
Ice, Baby, Ice
Icy Flower
Icy Flower
...And Leaves
…And Leaves
Stop! (Ice)
Stop! (Ice)
Iced Sign
Iced Sign
Icicles
Icicles
Frozen Mailboxes
Frozen Mailboxes
Some Cleaning Required In The Neighborhood
Some Cleaning Required In The Neighborhood
Hopefully No Fire
Hopefully No Fire
Benched
Benched
No Entrance
No Entrance

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