February 11th, 2010 by theAddison
Scooter, a friend from Northern Virginia was good enough to send me some photos of our old neighborhood after their last big dump of snow. This photo is of the street in front of the house we used to live in. To give you a sense of scale, that lamp post on the left is 6 feet tall.
We have had a few guests cancel because their airports were closed due to the storm. We’ve even had a few guests consider staying here a few more days because of winter storms back home.
I just wanted to let all of you who have had to shovel your driveways and stock up on toilet paper, milk and bread that we in Florida are suffering through winter as well. This last weekend several of our guests elected to eat inside the dining room instead of on the veranda leaving the people in this photo to suffer through the winter weather as best they could.
Come on down for a visit when your airports re-open! Your snow will melt all on its own as you walk our beaches looking for shark’s teeth. You may have to wear a sweater to brave our winter weather but you won’t have to shovel anything.
Two days later:
Received this photo from Highway Bob up in Virginia. He says this described his state of mind when he realized he had to shovel out of the second blizzard. He said the snow was pretty. Pretty heavy, that is.
Also received this photo of Dave’s deck. Dave lives in Leesburg VA. That deck will hold up the snow. I konow because Dave and I built it.