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PS. It has stopped snowing but the sun does not shine out. I have shovelled [[shoveled]] my path just got it done to the side door. I am not used up either have had a good time & got some good air into my lungs. the side walk only extends to us. the big house gets one every time, the street is good & wide so no matter there is no auto to our place it is supper time now Ma toast it will be at our house Stoughton February 26th 1933 Dear Doris We are in the midst of a heavy snow storm the bigest [[biggest]] one yet. it started in yesterday about 4o'clock. & snowed all night & its still going from the north west. I have managed to clean off the steps & swept a path to the front door. I am waiting 'till it clears before I do any more. I went down after supper, last night, thinking a snow storm of big size might be the result, as it had been so chilly all day. and so got something to last me over Sunday I got a small chicken it is in the oven baking to day. I made two squash pies & a dark cake yesterday. so am well provided for eats for a while. the day is winterish, two are even covered with snow, as it is coming damp. I have two books to read & Pa is reading his paper. he saved the reading for to day. The Ballentines have just come home from church & have had to be shovelled [[shoveled]] out, so they could get into their garage again. it lightens up as if it were trying to clear. I hope its most over. its the biggest snow storm we have had yet. & still at it.
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