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Old 01-04-2017, 01:50 PM   #1
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Oregon Coast Hwy 101- A dusting of snow

NOT! They hardly ever get snow on the coast. Winchester Bay south of Reedsport is buried! We were suppose to get a dusting. I'd say it's about 10 inches. So here the California fornicate boy sits with now snow boots, shovel. We were suppose to leave today, but we are not going anywhere. 101 was closedhis morning at the end of the road.
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Same thing in Newport at Pacific Shores Resort.

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I'd say it's about 10 inches.
I'd have guessed 3" or 4" from the photo.
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Time to make snowmen and snow angels. If life gives you lemons . . . . . . .!
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I believe I-5 has been closed off and on the last couple of days. Lots more snow inland.
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