Thanks for the photos. We only have about 13 inches at my location in Roanoke County, VA so far. There has been some drifting, and the snow is light enough to attack with a model rotary plow, but I think it would have to be 1.5 inch scale running on 7.5 inch gauge track! Best wishes for clearing the line. We are supposed to have sun tomorrow.
Dang. Y'all stay safe out there: which I'm uncertain of the precise definition of how to do it, but am confident y'all will figure out how to do it.
Have an old friend in Virginia Beach, VA, who was dismissed and went home from hospital today after surgery a few days ago to put hernia mesh in. Monday sure seemed like the smarter day to go home.
Out here in mid-Missouri rural flyover land our weather is reasonably humane for this time of year.
We are only supposed to get about 1-3 inches up here, which should be good for plowing tomorrow. Here are a couple of shots from the three inches or so we got last week (which was pretty much all gone by Friday)
Can't really complain though, here's what the layout looked like last winter, with about 90 scale feet of snow in 1:32!
Charles, Today I got to see the Daylight you did for Tom Hebl. Beautiful! I'm hoping to help him initiate it soon. Most of the snow is gone from my track now but more may come in the next couple of days.
Boy Lawrence! Glad to see those Massachusetts winters haven't changed much from those I knew in the sixties when we lived in Lincoln Mass. That is what I call a winter. Here in France when we get snow it generally lasts a day or two, and it rarely gets thicker than 6 inches.