Hmmm, the "proof" of a post blizzard ticket would be if one of the license plates has also been cleared away.Trev said:I'll offer up the possibility the ticket was written before the storm as it appears the only snow disturbed is where the ticket is, as if the owner/photographer knew it was there and sensed a good photo op.
I'm usually wrong though and perhaps meter maids do write tickets in blizzards
I know my name's not Gonzo but I lived in Worcester for 18 years. I'm in Marlborough now.special-k said:Gonzo, whereabouts in Mass are you? I was born and Worcester and we lived in Worcester and Rutland until 1988 when we moved out west.
LOL... I haven't been back east much at all in the last 15 years. Let's see... I made one trip to Concord NH last June for a couple days on business. Sadly, I didn't have time to go check out anything fun like Laconia or go for a drive and enjoy the East Coast scenery that I do admit I miss quite a bit... like those tall things with the green dealies hangin' off em.... what do you call those... oh yeah, TREES. And that weird green stuff that covers the ground... out here we call it "dirt" or "tumbleweeds" but I think you guys call it "grass". :2:cinergi said:
I know my name's not Gonzo but I lived in Worcester for 18 years. I'm in Marlborough now.
Personally, it's time to move south - all this cold and snow is really annoying