48 inches of snow in 5 days. Just awesome. That's my truck, across the street to the left, after the second storm dumped 20" on us. And Sadie's Honda, across the street under 4 feet of freakin' snow, because I didn't dig it out after the first 28" storm.
Now, you all know that I am an outdoors maniac. But nothing will take the wind out of my sails like the TeeVee Man throwing around words like, "State of Emergency," and "Citizens are Not Authorized to Drive on City Streets." That's right, Baltimore is up to 79.5" of snow (with locally higher amounts), making the "Gem of I-95" the Snowiest Place in the Lower 48. That's right, more than Denver (56"), Boston (22") or Buffalo, NY (60").
It's a lot of freaking snow and it's completely paralyzed our infrastructure. Whether you're in the city, suburbs, or country, it doesn't matter when you have 7 foot tall snow drifts that were not there the day before. I am ready for Spring. I just heard that I got a "City Farm" urban farm plot this year, so I'm looking forward to doing some more traditional gardening than I usually do in our shady, clay-laden yard. But I'm not doing anything until the snow melts.
Want to know who's got the worst cabin fever of all? The Hankinator.