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Some day, we're all going to look back on this winter, tell stories, and our grandchildren will think we're nuts. Sunday night and most of Monday (April 6th and 7th) Central Pennsylvania got about 4-5" of snow. Early to mid March is about the latest that we get any snow around here. It seems the perfect cap to a very snowy winter.
The snow didn't keep me from making it to the dojo tonight (Tuesday); it has mostly melted. The cold, damp weather plays hell on my injured joints.
Still, it was a pretty good class, and I'm feeling pretty good about the techniques we worked on tonight.