Mad Maine Vintage Shop

This little blog will chronicle my ventures into selling vintage items in a local antique market.
My booth is called Mad Maine Vintage Shop - it features items inspired by a certain popular TV show,
and I am located in lovely Maine. Viva Vintage!



Saturday, February 9, 2013

Honey, I found the car.

Storm update from Maine


Garages are for sissies.


Yesterday before the blizzard

My lovely view today.
 
Good thing I got my thrifting in on Thursday - read about that here.
 
How is the weather where you are this morning?
 


21 comments:

  1. My jaw just hit the floor! WWWWWHHOOOAAA!

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  2. I'm in Sanford and was talking to friends throughout the state. The sculptural quality is beautiful, interesting and will be a challenge to shovel. I'm not ready, since I have to clear a path to my old fashioned, wooden garage door that opens out onto the driveway to get the snow blower out. The weather people are predicting blue skies tomorrow, so I will wait till then to dig. The only downside to this day- I am out of half and half and only had one cup of coffee!

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    1. Ouch, that is the worst of all - running out of coffee essentials during a blizzard!!! Bless. I still have a hard time picturing blue skies tomorrow...

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  3. Hey looks like my place. We got a bunch of snow too, loving it!

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    1. I love it sitting in front of my fire :-) As soon as the wind dies down, we will be out playing in the snow though!

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  4. That makes my feet cold just looking at it! The weather here is in the 40's with not a tad of snow. I would like a tad...but not what y'all have!

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    1. Here our feet are covered in wool socks and slippers all winter. It helps :-)

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  5. We are right in the middle of our blizzard now - not many cars are going by - which is a good thing. I guess we'll all be shovelling tomorrow.
    :)

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    1. Ugh, the showeling...definitely the worst part of snow!

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  6. Holy smokes! That's a lot of snow. You can have it.

    We use to get those crazy drifts back home in mid-Michigan. I don't miss it at all.

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    1. We actually moved to Maine because we missed the snow...different strokes ;-)

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  7. YIKES!!! I would never survive in winter weather like that. :/ Stay safe and warm!!

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    1. All you need is a good ol' wood stove and a hot cuppa :-)

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  8. Holy cow! I hope you're managing to stay warm inside! The pictures (including yours) I've seen from this storm are just amazing.

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    1. Yes, we are as toasty as a bug in a rug. Hail to the wood stove :-)

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  9. Man I miss that kind of snow! Every once in a while a good blizzard is fun. Hope you guys are doing well and staying warm!

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    1. A good blizzard IS a lot of fun - the kids were in heaven the day after :-)

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  10. Woooah, I never see anything like that in Florida. It's hot down here, almost have to use the AC in the house midday. I'd like to experience a blizzard once, at least I can vicariously through this post...

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