A Foot of Snow Blankets East Coast After Hammering the American South

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SILVER SPRING, Md. — A foot of snow blanketed the East Coast this week, stranding passengers in many major cities and knocking out power and Internet access for many. But being snowed in just north of Washington, D.C. in a media camper van, a WiFi Hotspot, we took a little time off to have some fun and snap some feature photos.

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New American Journal Editor and Publisher Glynn Wilson and his loyal Springer Spaniel Jefferson got snowed in in the driveway of the Boliek house in Silver Spring, Maryland on Feb. 12-14, 2014

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Looking down the street: Glynn Wilson

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About a foot of snow, with more on the way Thursday night, threatened to cover up some of the smaller cars parked along neighborhood streets: Glynn Wilson

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Simone shoveling snow: Glynn Wilson

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Jefferson observing the scene, getting soaking wet in the snow while out for a walk: Glynn Wilson

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Looking up Tacoma Avenue: Glynn Wilson

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A snow blob: Glynn Wilson

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The Boliek House enshrouded in snow, Siver Springs, Md: Glynn Wilson

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New American Journal Editor and Publisher Glynn Wilson and his loyal Springer Spaniel Jefferson got snowed in in the driveway of the Boliek house in Silver Spring, Maryland on Feb. 12-14, 2014.

© 2014, Glynn Wilson. All rights reserved.

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