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Tag Archives: Western New York
Big snow coming later today. Up to 15 inches of snow expected overnight in my area. While that isn’t an outrageous amount for Western New York in February, it will make driving anywhere hazardous until the snow stops and the … Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t chaotic enough? At this exact time, must we also have civil unrest and legal protests which subsequently turn violent? This is really weird. I haven’t had a curfew since I was 16 and living at home. … Continue reading
No way am I going out on the roads to take photos today, even though they probably would be beautiful. As it was, I nearly slid off my own porch when I took Cody out to do her morning business. … Continue reading