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02-01-2008 02:39 PM
Stevo Some of us Brits came over that year and if I remember correctly it made a slow start to the year?

Didn't "The Mayor" have some photos of the CAC surrounded with snow?
01-30-2008 04:22 PM
flydoc
State of the Breach Address...

For the latest pics, click on link below, then on the gallery "Storm Claims North Beach Cottage".....
http://www.capecodonline.com/apps/pb...&G=129001&I=11

Southern end of North Beach (northern end of inlet) is eroding (expanding) at the rate of 20-30 feet PER DAY on days WITHOUT storm activity, just due to tidal effects of deep channel current running parallel to the Pleasant Bay side. They figure the remaining five camps seen in the photos just north of the break will likely be history by the time of the Spring Clave
Flydoc
01-29-2008 06:06 PM
Quentin
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Originally Posted by FredA
Another camp bites the..er...sand.
Great photo! That's some nasty looking surf in the background .

Q
01-29-2008 04:32 PM
rooster I remember it well.
I sent a certain flightless bird to check out a W. Dennis cottage and he emailed me photos of the front lawn covered in beer bottles on top of 2 feet of snow.....,
Cheers,
DK
01-29-2008 07:13 AM
FredA Another camp bites the..er...sand.

http://www.capecodonline.com/apps/pb...NEWS/801290309
01-28-2008 09:03 AM
juro We are hoping a certain wingless bird grabs a camera and enlightens us...
01-28-2008 07:48 AM
jimS According to the Cape Cod Times today, the cape got hammered with a foot of snow and 60mph winds yesterday. The shifting sands of time...
01-25-2008 08:53 PM
flydoc
Quote:
Originally Posted by Adrian
I remember that one!

Mass. Governor declared a "State of emergency"
I remember that one too...office closed...had to field calls from nurses at the hospital as I couldn't get there to see my patients...finally shovelled out my driveway after the plows got to my road later that night...came close to brandishing my 44 magnum as a plow tried to pile up snow at the end of my driveway while I was standing there trying to clear what his buddy had deposited there not 30 min previously

Another one of those and I'm joining Dave17 down south....
Flydoc
01-25-2008 07:33 PM
Galong what a cute little doggy!!
01-25-2008 02:08 PM
Penguin
4x4...as defined by Webster...

A capable offroad vehicle that enables the operator to get stuck in mud far from a paved road.

...and there's something special about the crunching sound made by rocks colliding with the transmission case and/or oil pan!
...'been there, 'done that!
01-25-2008 01:47 PM
Sean Juan 2001 V8 TRD Offroad package - Lots of memories no regrets

My ONLY complaint about the truck was that its almost too nice, before her I always had beaters. With the pretty truck you think twice before taking the overgrown trail less traveled - but you still do it.
01-25-2008 09:11 AM
juro What year is your Tundra?

Mine is the first model year and has the "kickass" gear. It still plows with authority over Nauset beach sand after the lanes have been chewed up by July 4th tourist traffic and doesn't even blink in a blizzard after 208,000 miles of low maintenance joy, my faithful partner in crime since 1999.

Oh what a freakin' feeling!!
01-25-2008 08:15 AM
Sean Juan That was my first winter living on Cape I moved in December and a lot of people were telling me how the Cape hardly gets any snow.

It really wasn't a big deal my street wasn't plowed for close to a week so I just put my Tundra in Awesome gear, loaded up my dog and drove to work - nearly everyone called in sick - pansies. I think I worked close to 20hrs a day that week.
01-25-2008 06:16 AM
FishHawk
Penguin Forum Historian.

I vote that the Penguin become the Forum Historian.
FishHawk
01-24-2008 09:27 PM
Adrian I remember that one!

Mass. Governor declared a "State of emergency"

I had to be in Boston for a meeting and made it in 12 hours from Stamford via with Amtrak. When I got to the city the snow was piled up 12ft high at the roadsides.

Quite a site!
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