New England is still struggling with the aftermath of an early snow-storm that dumped anywhere from six to 24 inches of snow on the region on Saturday. The snowfall downed many tree limbs owing to the fact that they still had live leaves on them and retained far more of the wet snow than limbs with no leaves.
Because much of New England has old-fashioned overhead lines, many in the region are still without power and will continue to be so until the weekend. That unfortunately includes much of the LGOD editorial crew, so conten updates may be a little light from us of the next couple of days.
You know it really takes a storm like this to put things in perspective and helps you realize what is really important to you, like why someone hasn’t invented a gasoline powered modem, TV, and Xbox yet.