Neighborhood Patrol

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Saturday, 6:32 a.m. (CDT). Emergency call on residential street. White stuff everywhere. Still.

Two neighborhood volunteers responded. Confirmed that white stuff is everywhere. Grass has totally disappeared. Volunteer responder tasted white stuff. Reported that it tastes like water, only colder. Hooman assistant got cold and insisted on premature return to station.

6:35 a.m. (CDT). Emergency call terminated.

19 thoughts on “Neighborhood Patrol

  1. theguster

    LOL! Loved your post!

    Here on Long Island, NY our streets today look just like yours! The white stuff is supposed to continue until tomorrow afternoon. It certainly eliminates many of the ‘volunteers’ the neighborhood usually has!

    Stay warm!

    McDuff & Mom

  2. theguster

    I just measured 8″ and our snow began last night at 11:30 pm. They’re talking a foot or more.
    Yes, McDuff likes it, but I have to carry him to ‘low ground’ so he can actually walk.

  3. Deborah Maria

    Ahhhh… Grateful to know once again that the world is safe. Illustrious duo (towing cold hooman) confirmed that danger is low-level — provided one has warm sweater, home to return to (with food), and enough sense not to eat the cold white stuff constantly. Good job, Patroll!

  4. moonovermountain

    Love your posts, Beth! You hoomans are too funny!

    Hope all is well with you! Hugs and love, Sharon Webb

    Sent from my iPhone

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