Tuesday, January 5, 2010

It Doesn't Snow in Virginia
Lewis Street, Fredericksburg. I've lived in Virginia for 40 years and can probably count the number of significant snow falls on one hand. Winters here can get cold but precipitation is usually an occasional freezing rain. The last big snow fall was 1996! And yes, the great Commonwealth of Virginia, the father of Presidents, home to writers of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and great military leaders like Washington, Lee, Marshall and Patton, is brought to its knees with the fall of the first snowflake.

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