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The Icicles and Snow Piles are Growing

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Today is bright. Very bright. The sky is blue. The sun is out. And there’s white snow reflecting the bright light everywhere.

Our office in Lewiston, Maine, did not get as much snow as many other places (I won’t even mention Chicago!) yesterday, but we did get about 9 inches of the white stuff.

The piles of snow are getting high and the icicles are growing. Here are a few pictures from outside of our office.

How are the piles at your house? Does your grocery store parking lot look more like a ski resort? Do the icicles around your house hang dangerously from your roof?
Share your observations here and if you’d like share your pictures on our Facebook page.

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Icicles on the front of our building in Lewiston, Maine

A snow mound in our parking lot (hope there’s no car under there)

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