Comments for: Storm a good a reason as any to panic

Posted Dec. 27, 2012, at 3:11 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 27, 2012, at 6:36 p.m.

FORT KENT | Unless you’ve been under a rock this week or enduring a self-imposed media blackout, you know Maine was poised Thursday to feel the brunt of a good old-fashioned nor’easter, just like Mother Nature used to make. Up here at Rusty Metal Farm, Thursday morning was the …

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  • Anonymous

    Way to go Julia….I cannot believe we will get 18 inches!!! But then, Euclide just might surprise us…as long as I have enough coffee, I am all set…Happy New Year!

  • Anonymous

    That’s “shear”………

  • Alain Ouellette

    Hearing you cuss in two languages would have been a hoot, Jules. Love reading you.

    • Anonymous

      Being that it’s Fort Kent, I’m assuming the “other” language is Chinese?

      Just kidding, The Fort Kent branch of our family came from Quebec too!

  • Anonymous

    I have a friend down the road,. His father used to call the snow-thrower on the back of his John Deere “A snow-squall on wheels.

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