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blizzard

Anna's brother and site admin Joey filling in for my sister -- The blizzard of '09 has cut off power and snowed Anna in. With wood heat she'll be ok. I will try to get her on the phone for a farm update later.



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thanks

Joey Thanks for the info, I have heard that the snow was slamming Va.

Knowing Mark/Anna they will survive the storm very well. Memories are made during times like this.

mom roseanell

Comment by rose nell marks mom Sat Dec 19 09:39:15 2009
Oh no!
I hope that everyone weathers the storm okay.
Comment by Jessica Sat Dec 19 10:43:30 2009
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Glad everyone is okay. Wood heat is the best. Take care.
Comment by Heather Sat Dec 19 16:33:44 2009
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Hope you guys are doing well and surviving the blizzard. I miss your posts!
Comment by Tracy Mon Dec 21 10:04:24 2009
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Longtime reader, mostly a lurker... Thinking about you both--Hope that you all are doing well in all that snow!
Comment by Stacy Mon Dec 21 19:52:45 2009
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Hope all is well! We're trying to dry out here from about two months of solid rain at record breaking amounts. My yard is a swamp.... I guess all those rain systems went your way and one became a blizzard.

Stay Warm!

Comment by Shannon Tue Dec 22 12:35:16 2009
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Thank you all for your kind comments! Glad to bring lurkers out of the woodworks. :-)

I'm on briefly from our trailer, so figured I could comment. The phone is on (for good? I hope!) and we're running on generator power at the moment. We're having a fun adventure!

Comment by anna Tue Dec 22 18:33:27 2009

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime