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My word, what a winter.  Mrs. Fuller and I went early on Valentine's Day to celebrate the 46'th anniversary of our first date by spending the weekend with our daughter in Boston.  We left very early on Saturday morning in order to beat the arrival of the storm in Boston, arriving there for breakfast under clear and sunny skies.

By noon, the skies were turning gray and snow began at 3:00 PM.  It snowed and it snowed more .  It snowed and it snowed more.  Today, my daughter and I did some shoveling and walking about in the city where she lives.

The attached pictures can help provide some indication of what it means to be snowbound in Boston.  Maybe they should have saved the label "The Big Dig" for this weekend.

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