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Social Highlights This Week: Snow Day and Statues

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First Snow Day

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Snowy Boston is the best Boston. ❄️💙

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First real snow of the season

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The North End #boston #northendboston

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One Reply to “Social Highlights This Week: Snow Day and Statues

  1. Funny thing about snow is the first storm in December, everyone is giddy and excited about the beauty of the city covered in snow. When the last storm arrives in March or April, everyone is cursing and threatening move south. Happens every year. Almost time for the parking spot savers and the keying to start.

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