Skip to comments.Romania digs out from 15 feet of snow
Posted on 02/14/2012 6:03:36 PM PST by Libloather
Romania digs out from 15 feet of snow
The Associated Press reports: Snow as deep as 15 feet (4.5 meters) isolated areas in Romania, Moldova and Albania on Tuesday and turned a power plant in Kosovo into a park of dazzling ice sculptures.
In a winter harsher than many can remember, energy workers struggled mightily Tuesday to break the ice that has encapsulated Kosovo's main power station in Obilic. Steam from the plant's vents coated its pipes and buildings with ice and snow, turning them into unworldly, unrecognizable objects of art.
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I grew up in Buffalo,NY.
Is that all ya’ got ?
Man, that’s more than a shovel full of global warming right there.
Yeah...that global warming is a real bitch, ain’t it?
“I grew up in Buffalo,NY.
Is that all ya got ?”
Lol! Aint it the truth.
That’s gonna harelip every vampire in Transylvania.
Buffalo?? That’s pansy-ass $hit. Try the Sierra Nevada or the Cascade’s for a while. You will without hesitation trade your shovel for a 10 ton snowplow. Last year Kirkwood, CA. got over 800” for the season. Now that’s some snow!
I had to shovel the driveway three times a day (of course the sledding was great).
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