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Dashing through No Snow December 22, 2017

Posted by indigobunting in Uncategorized.
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We were supposed to be in Portland Tuesday through Saturday. I was excited to be in town over a Thursday so that I could go to a contra dance. But as the weather reports came in, Tim and I texted from our respective workplaces over the wisdom of staying in town—whether leaving Friday morning (today) would be too late to avoid driving through a storm. So we made a dash for it. We had a quick early dinner at a Japanese-food-truck-turned-cozy-corner spot (where we wouldn’t feel deprived by not drinking but could still have amazing food) and checked out of the hotel around 6:15 pm to face a 4.5-or-so-hours drive home.

The skies were clear. The roads were dry. The crescent moon was setting. Dashing through no snow. Hard to believe it was on its way.

I was in bed by 11:30, I think. When I got up in the wee hours (to wee, of course), the snow had begun, heavy flakes visible by the streetlight.

Today we took our first x-country ski on the rail trail.

Tonight we are hunkering down.

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1. Helen - December 23, 2017

Woo hoo, white Christmas… enjoy!

2. Mali - December 23, 2017

Wow. I’m always amazed by those who live in romantic landscapes (ie. anything covered by snow.)

Also, I agree, I think that must be why they’re called the “wee hours.”


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