The Boxtown got 20 or so inches of snow. That's a lot. And yes, I know that it snows in New England and I shouldn't complain blah blah blah. BUT it seems as if Bloomberg was directing the plowing of my apartment complex during this storm.
It was still snowing a bit as the sun was setting yesterday so I decided to wait until morning to dig out my car. Again let me state that this was a BAD idea. Everyone who had to be up and out for work early this morning got their cars out first...mostly by adding the snow blocking their vehicle to the snowbank in front of my vehicle.
I know that it snowed a lot and that I was in for quite a bit of shoveling but I was completely unprepared for this:
That SNOWBANK in front of my car was 3 feet high in places and a good 4 feet wide. Thanks for the crappy plow job and to my crappy neighbors who helped make a sledding hill in front of my car!
One hour and a billion shovelfuls of snow later, I was able to extricate my car from its snowy sarcophagus but cutting a hard right around the third of the snowbank that I left for someone else to deal with.
So. Things we learned today: dig your car out of the snow before your neighbors do.
Oh and another piece of advice I learned this week: while you may think that parking your car in front of a church is a safe bet...parking in front of a church overnight in the city is a BAD idea.