Posted by: Debra LaValley | December 9, 2017

December 9, 2017


On Our Way to a White Christmas

Today, most of the state is being covered with a bit of snow (2-6 inches depending on where you live). We will probably have about 4 inches here in the Concord/Penacook/Boscawen area. I don’t mind snow as long as it comes in small increases (4 inches is acceptable). It started snowing around 1:30. I had picked up Aunt Mary Jane and then Mom and we were heading to Barrington for Dorothy’s birthday party. I fish-tailed off on a on ramp – even going slow – luckily we stayed on the road. My mom then said if I thought it was too bad – we could turn around. We kept going until Epsom – hoping it would not be so bad but it was slippery and cars were driving too fast. This was the first real snow storm of the season. We had a tiny bit a couple weeks ago – but it wasn’t even an inch. We called and said we were turning around and heading back home – it was too slippery. The storm was supposed to be worse the further east – so we would have been going toward the worst of it.’

It was good to be home since it was slick in many spots. I had supper with my mom (she treated – we had Subway grinders) and then I went home. I snapped these shots tonight in downtown Penacook.


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