Haha it's actually okay temperature-wise right now. I think it actually stayed above 15 today. We did lose power from Monday until Christmas afternoon, due to ice on the lines. But I'm happy because they estimated that we might not get it back 'till Thursday night, possibly Friday! Most people around here have a woodstove, fireplace, or a generator, if not a combination...We, however, don't have any. We ended up borrowing a propane heater and a small 2000 watt generator for a space heater Wednesday morning. House got down to 49 degrees, and we put our freezer food out on the porch in coolers. It wasn't that bad though. Wednesday morning we found an ice shack heater haha. Brought us up 1 degree. Pipes froze...Good thing is that none burst like last time we lost power over days. That time we stayed at our neighbors' house, since they had a generator. Anyways, Bangor, yeah, that's about an hour from me. Actually I manage the girls soccer team at my highschool and take the bus up when they play Bangor when they play against them. Ever heard of Mt. Ararat in Topsham? Famous for using office cubicles for walls, and not having walls in some parts. Math classes in trailers too haha. It's right near Brunswick/Freeport/Lisbon/Lewiston area. Oh and on Christmas, the day before my driver's license test, my Jeep decided to puke out the radiator fluids all over and overheat...Took the test in mom's 5-speed Kia, while it was snowing, with a tester-in-training in the back seat haha...Gotta make due with what you have! Was up on the garage roof with dad earlier today shoveling snow.
2000 Cherokee Classic
3" Zone lift, THULE roof rack, Hella 500 Black Magics