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Mornin' Coffee: Winter Grips Aroostook County

April 2, 2009

-While the snow is almost completely melted away here in central Maine, back home in Aroostook county it’s a different story. The storm system that dumped two days of rain down here blanketed my home town and surrounding areas in Northern Maine with over 8 inches of the fluffy white stuff. My father sent me a picture of the tree in our front yard on March 30, and Just for comparison I put up a picture that I took of that similar area only two days earlier when I was home for the weekend. Gotta love the great white north!

BEFORE: Spring has Sprung! March 28th (50 degrees)

BEFORE: Spring has Sprung! March 28th (50 degrees)

AFTER: March 30th Snow

AFTER: March 30th Snow

Happy Castings (Or Shoveling)

-Ben

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  1. April 2, 2009 8:28 am

    looks better than the 14 we were dealt with the other day. here’s to a quick melt and solid season of fishing!

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