Re: Re: Snow in South Carolina, was Re: precipitation of dichromates

Date: 02/26/04-09:44:40 AM Z
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Sorry for the snow, last friday we had to close the college because of rain.
Only about a 1/4in. Oh I forgot about the lighting that hit a car parked next
to one of the main power unit on campus that took out the power. An 1/8 of an
inch of snow in LA/CA and the world would come to a stand still.

xoxox jan xoxox

ps. wow them on the mid terms

> From: Gregory W Blank <>
> Date: 2004/02/26 Thu PM 02:48:36 GMT
> To:
> Subject: Re: Snow in South Carolina, was Re: precipitation of dichromates
> on 2/26/04 8:11 AM, Sandy King at wrote:
> > Chris,
> >
> > When it snows in South Carolina, even an inch or so, school is
> > cancelled, regardless of what the administrations says or does!! It
> > is called self-cancel, carried out by the students with a compliant
> > faculty. Seriously, no way I am going to leave the comfort and safety
> > of up home and venture out on the roads around here when there is
> > snow. That would be like playing demolition derby.
> >
> > But the great thing about snow here is that it goes away quickly. The
> > forecast is calling for up to eight inches or more of snow here today
> > and tonight, but up to the high 60s by the weekend.
> >
> > Now forgot about your classes and pretend that you are Ansel in Yosemite.
> >
> > Sandy
> What's that joke about the southerner that moves to New England ?
> The worst thing about snow for me here in MD is not having 4 wheel drive,
> I like going out in snow to shoot but have a lot of local stuff already, I
> want farther ends of my state at this point. I used to have a great 4x4
> and get lots of good pics of frozen streams etc......with a lower slung
> car I can't pull off the road......I guess I should consider a 4x4 along
> with my 4x5!
> Hey but I am going to Monterey at the end of May. Any body have good places
> to see along the coast?
Received on Thu Feb 26 09:45:05 2004

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