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High Plains Drifter


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January 29, 2010

Southern Plains Winter Storm 2010 Jan 28 [post 16]

Filed under: 2010 Jan 28 — Mike U @ 11:30 am

The Great Dumas Dig-out Underway! I got some exercise in this morning walking around the south part of Dumas photographing some of the snow scenes here. Pretty impressive stuff with drifts of 4-5 feet common. There were even a few 6-footers in between houses in some of the neighborhoods I walked through. My Jeep is semi-buried in the front, so I’ll spend this afternoon digging that out.  I’m glad I packed the shovel.  I am staying here in Dumas one more night and leaving first thing in the morning to head back to Dodge.  My shovel has come in handy already, as a Colorado resident in a Jeep pulling a small trailer with a dirt bike was stuck in the parking lot trying to leave.  Kind of ironic if you ask me.  His 4WD didn’t kick in, so he is just spinning his back tires.  I got a few pictures of that.  Anyway, I’ll post another big album of “day after” images later on today.

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