Shoveling, Plowing and Throwing the Snow

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It was a pretty exhausting day for many of us who had to dig out from the inches and inches and inches of snow.

For many people in downtown Stroudsburg, digging out cars buried under inches of snow and ice and more snow was the first job of the morning.

At the T&R Farm Shack, they needed a little more horse power to do the job and used a plow.

"We’ve got to clear in front of our greenhouse to make it active. We have a little store that needs to become active. That will be probably Monday or so before that goes active," said Richard Bauer of T&R Farm Shack.

Meanwhile, the resident horse was too busy trying to make her own path in the snow, like the rest of us.

Then you have people digging out their driveways. One man decided to help out his neighbor who wasn't home.

"Two layers of slush, rain, heavy snow, and six inches last night," said Richard Derosset of Pocono Pines.

Before Derosset decided to help dig out his neighbor, he had to tend to his own driveway.

That mission took 90 minutes and he's thankful to have a snow thrower to help ease the pain.

"If I didn't have that, I wouldn't do it," said Derosset.

I can't say anyone would blame you, Richard.


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