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December 20, 2007
No real post today - too much snow shoveling, etc. Things will be a bit irregular around here during the holiday season, as usual, and I think that today will kick it off.
People have asked me how I'm liking Cambridge now that I've been up here a few months. The answer is, just fine. This Christmas season is a great improvement over last year's, that's for sure. Mind you, right now we've got between two and three feet of snow on the ground out here to the west of town, and my wife and I have taken a couple of unplanned sled rides down our steep driveway, with a Honda Accord substituting for the traditional sled.
And although I've spent the last twenty years moving to higher and higher latitudes, I have yet, it seems, made it far enough North to where traffic doesn't go to pieces when it snows. I take the train myself, which works out fine, but last Thursday people were taking hours just to get across Cambridge. (That's as opposed to a weekday morning, where those three miles only take 45 minutes - I did say I was taking the train in. . .)
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