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Your Nemo photos: Crazy Mainers take a blizzard in stride

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Saturday, February 9, 2013 - 3:30pm
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Blizzard? What blizzard? Andy Swift enjoys a dip in the hot tub after shoveling it out. Have a great rest of the storm. (Photo: Kathy Swift)

 What's a little snow but a giant playground for New England today, with 24-plus inches drifting across the region. The world is transformed for a bit, and the operative is "enjoy it!" Which everyone seems to be doing.

Thank you for your photos, and thank you, Bill Packard, Adrian Humphreys, Shannon Thompson, Heather Craney and Phyllis Webster for the videos. Keep sending them to us, and we will keep posting them, showing the world how Midcoast Maine handles a blizzard.

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Photo by Kathy Darney, in Thomaston.

 


Photo by Kathy Darney, in Thomaston.

 


Oh no! Madalyn Prescott, age 5, is thunderstruck by the snow. (Photo by Abby Prescott)


"My husband's attempt at getting his snowmobile out of the garage with the six-foot snow drifts in the way, in Lincolnville". (Photo by Christine Dyer)


Lincolnville Center this morning, 28 inches and counting. Note cars buried under the snow. (Photo by Liz Hand)


9 a.m. on Thomas Street in Camden. (Photo courtesy of Beth's Crafts Room)


Blizzard Dinner. (Photo by Marsha Smith)


Good grief, don't open the door!!!  (Photo by ?. Send us your name so we can give you credit)


Looking out our front door in East Belfast. (Photo by Donna Haines)

 

 


In Northport. Photo by Seth A. Thayer, Jr.

 


The front porch in Camden. (Photo by Kipp Wright)

 


Photo by Bill Packard

 


Photo by Kari Cross

 


Photo by Kari Cross


Photo by Kari Cross

 


Photo by Kari Cross

 


(Photo by ?. Send us your name so we can give you credit)

 


(Photo by ?. Send us your name so we can give you credit)

 


Got van? Photo by Gary Peabody.

 


A 170-pound very tall Saint Bernard is having a hard time getting through the snow in Lincolnville. (Photo by Christine Dyer)


Running for the hills! Photo by Dody Urquia.

 


Downtown Camden. (Photo by Chris Farley)

 


Downtown Camden. (Photo by Chris Farley)

 


Downtown Camden. (Photo by Chris Farley)

 


At the Youngtown Inn in Lincolnville. (Photo by Maryann Mercier)

 


 


The Island Market, Isleboro. (Photo by Loony Mahan)


Oops. Garage door apparently blew open last night. (Photo by Ethan Andrews)

 


Chestnut Hill off Bayview Street. We had to nearly dig out the snow shovels first thing! The wind kept the car totally clear of snow, but it was blocked all around with snow and drifts, especially on the street. The feeders kept swinging wildly in the wind but still had a steady stream of birds. (Photo by Elyse Socker)


(Photo by Elyse Socker)


(Photo by Elyse Socker)


Our cars look like boats, in Appleton. (Photo by Debbie Meservey)

 


Photo by Linda Adams, in Rockland


Camden Windward House (Photo by Kristi Bifulco)


Here's what I saw when I opened my front door this morning.... in Lincolnville. (Photo by Kim Dunn)


The front door, finally dug out! In Lincolnville. (Photo by Becky Johnson)


< p>Stepping outside to snowblow. (Photo by Diane Smith)

 


Snow angel. (Photo by Diane Smith)


Out our window. (Photo by Chris Percival)


This could be a problem. (Photo by Becky Clapp)


In Cushing. (Photo by Alan Hinsey)


A mourning dove takes refuge in Rockport. (Photo by Kim Graffam)


(Photo by Cheryl Gibbons)


Willow Street, Camden. (Photo by Gretchen Ebbesson-Keegan)


From the doorstep, Willow Street, Camden. (Photo by Gretchen Ebbesson-Keegan)


Anneli Skaar digs out the Beetle. (Photo: Anneli Skaar)


Nemo came knocking. He was asked to leave. (Photo: Carol Kelley)


The van photo depicts how weird Nemo was in Waldo. No snow on van or near it. (It became the pets restroom area). (Photo: Carol Kelley)


Inside.

(Photo by Chris Farley)

 

 

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