got a bunch of ice down here. Saw a bunch of people out trying to play in their 4 wheel drives thinking their invinsable. hehe most of them ended up along side the road or in the trees. I took off work and spent some quailty time with the wife and kids today. Nothin was gettin me out on them roads today unless it was a life or death emergency
I feel bad for you all down there,I'm glad it didn't come up north,about three weeks ago we had (hopefully)our last snow and it's still on the ground at my place with a little ice here and there,but thank the man above it's going to be in the 60's this weekend and in the 50's next week,so take it easy out there because there are alot of nuts that think that they can drive on that stuff,hope it melts as fast as it came. TRIGGER
In my little corner of Hoke county(Rockfish), 1/2 mile from Cumberland Co, 4 miles from Robenson Co, we got around ten inches of snow. Heard just across the woods they got 13+ snow. Most the road looks clear but the grass and rooftops are still covered.
It always amazes me to see these people in their new 4wd suv's try to drive @ normal highway speeds when there is snow and ice on the road. They have no clue. I'm sure its much worse down in ya'lls area but we still have a lot of boneheads here in NJ too.
Jerks! Every last one of you!
I was scheduled to compete in a winter drumline competition in Wakefield but we were told this afternoon it would be cancelled(wonder why). Wish you guys had sent some of that stuff up here, doesnt' seem like we've reached the quota for this winter. As far as those morons who think that slowing down to allow for road conditions means actually doing the speed limit, all I can do is cringe. You guys stay safe down there.
Tight lines and popped riggers
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