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....CYBER ......any word before i hit the road...???
...EDIT:...ok, well i'm going to head out anyways, take my time, and give it the old boy scout try as traffic is backed up by me...i'll try calling him to but worst comes to worst we can play tourist...
...i at least want to get a burrito, but a good chili size sounds good too ...
It's probably only a bit over 2' of actual snowfall, but there are drifts well over 4' high, so everything below that is starting to get buried.
Right now in our area, full size trucks are up to their axles and running two sets of chains. That said, it's definitely getting warmer. You might actually be running into rain by the time you get up to this elevation.