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Snowed In
Philadelphia

After Philadelphia's third significant snowstorm in a row, St.Valentine's Day (our second school "snow day" of the week) dawned bright, clear and comparatively warm.  The drifts on my porch were daunting, the tiny bird tracks, cheering.

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Uploaded: 14/02/2014
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