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Just got back my electric power

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#1 by humhum » Wed Mar 15, 2017 22:16

Hello

I just got my electric power after 25 hours and 30 minutes.

Quebec city area also got the big snowstorm with over 1 foot of snow and wind of over 60 MPH

At -5C or about 22F during the day, it got pretty cold inside and with almost all roads closed. Only few restaurants were open, but not close to home.

We managed and now it is going back to normal. Nothing lost in the fridge or freezer, that we did not open.

Have a good day.
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#2 by tasman1 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 22:23

cool , it must be nice to live in dark ages again
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#3 by happyjo689 » Thu Mar 16, 2017 00:00

Good to hear all is well for you out there , indeed tough to be in dark ages for a whole day!Keep safe! 8-)
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#4 by hlrive » Thu Mar 16, 2017 03:21

Wait what? Normally folks up north that includes Maine, NH, and Quebec have wood stoves so they stay warm. I am taking it you don't have one? They usually put the food from the freezer and fridge in the garage or in a clean trash can outside in the snow as well. I was born and raised in Maine, 1 foot of snow isn't much at all.
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#5 by jontwosix » Thu Mar 16, 2017 03:41

stay safe
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#6 by humhum » Thu Mar 16, 2017 21:20

Yes, but no so funny when you dont have the fur to keep you warm !!!!!!
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#7 by humhum » Thu Mar 16, 2017 21:26

First, one foot of snow, is the average.

We got 3 feet here.

And, how can you have a wood stove in an apartment ?

Tonight, the streets are almost are clear, at least in my area. They use snowblowers and trucks to transport the snow in special areas.
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#8 by tasman1 » Thu Mar 16, 2017 21:31

humhum wrote: Yes, but no so funny when you dont have the fur to keep you warm !!!!!!



Your fault , why did you envolved, why did you not stay same as your grandgrandgrand parents
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#9 by rajukurup » Fri Mar 17, 2017 00:36

what a terrible feeling :cry: I feel in my mind almost 2 days in extreme cold condition :evil: it is really troublesome :oops: and happy :D to know that all has turned normal :)
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#10 by humhum » Fri Mar 17, 2017 22:21

rajukurup wrote: what a terrible feeling :cry: I feel in my mind almost 2 days in extreme cold condition :evil: it is really troublesome :oops: and happy :D to know that all has turned normal :)


Looka at the video if you want to see what happened with the snowstorm

https://clips.dropcam.com/b8a33943c2e24a32999859ff229d25c9.mp4
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