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AARC Members Share Snow Photos

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February 16, 2010

Thanks to all the members who sent us pictures of the prolific snowfalls that have covered much of the nation! If you have snow pictures that you’d like to share, send them to aarconnect@aarc.org; please include a caption with your name and locale for each picture.

Click on the following links to see each member’s picture:

John Hiser   |   Martha Huddleson   |   Garry Kauffman   |   Terry Smith

John Hiser ''We have tree limbs all over our roof, yard and patio.  Damaged the picnic table and maybe the roof.  Afraid to let the dogs out for too long because the limbs keep cracking.  Anybody got a chain saw?  :)  Tree trimmers are going to make up for a lot of lost business.
Hope you guys had better luck.'' “We have tree limbs all over our roof, yard and patio. Damaged the picnic table and maybe the roof. Afraid to let the dogs out for too long because the limbs keep cracking. Anybody got a chain saw? :) Tree trimmers are going to make up for a lot of lost business. Hope you guys had better luck.”

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Mary Huddleson ''My husband and I went to the Isle of Palms outside of Charleston, South Carolina for a Valentine's Day weekend. I know the snow doesn't look like much, but it's the first time they've seen snow since 1989.  Hunting seashells on the beach is a different experience in the cold!'' “My husband and I went to the Isle of Palms outside of Charleston, South Carolina for a Valentine’s Day weekend. I know the snow doesn’t look like much, but it’s the first time they’ve seen snow since 1989. Hunting seashells on the beach is a different experience in the cold!”

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Garry Kauffman Former AARC President Garry Kauffman, ever the AARC supporter, makes sure his snowman is one too. That's Griffin (his 14 year old Sheltie) with him. Former AARC President Garry Kauffman, ever the AARC supporter, makes sure his snowman is too. That’s Griffin (his 14 year old Sheltie) with him.

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Terry Smith Terry Smith of North Carolina shares pictures of an ice storm that took out miles of power lines. Terry Smith of North Carolina shares pictures of an ice storm that took out miles of power lines.

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