I’m sitting here this evening in Manhattan NY after a (to me) moderate snowfall last night. However, the news is saying it is the Biggest Snowstorm NY has ever had in (recorded) history! That is, 27" in Central Park.
Did I "miss it?" I remember being a lil’ kid in Brooklyn when we had "Rilly Big" snowstorms, drifts ‘n’ all. (Of course I was also 3′ tall then!)
So, my questions are, in no particular order:
1. Did anyone else on the East Coast think yesterday/today was The Big Storm?
2. What was the Biggest Snowstorm you ever experienced, East Coast, West Coast, In Between?
3. To keep it true-to-Roadfood, does everyone "hoard" food for the Big One? And what kind? (I know in Minnesota people keep food in their cars for Blizzard Conditions)