A buried neighborhood in West Seneca, NY. Courtesy: Derek Gee – Chief Photographer for the Buffalo News
Well it’s November. We start putting on weight. Eat pie. Split firewood for the cold nights to come. I can’t say there’s much I really like about November except that it includes Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving. But there’s one thing we always expect – it starts to get dark and cold. No doubt, that’s been the case this year. It’s more than your usual lack of daylight and long underwear though – this time around it’s looking like one for the record books.
Let’s start here at home, since I’m assuming most of the readers will be in New England. We’ve been living on the edge of this constant barrage of arctic air over the past couple of weeks. It’s certainly been a below-average month for…
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