Showing Off Spencer-Discovering Spencer, the Brookfields, Worcester County, Massachusetts and New England: Snow in Spencer Mass=No School in Spencer Mass

Snow in Spencer Mass=No School in Spencer Mass

Snow in Spencer Ma=No School in Spencer Ma

January 27, 2011

 

Once again the kids have no school here in Spencer Ma, Brookfield, East Brookfield, North Brookfield, West Brookfield, Paxton, Leicester, Charlton, Dudley, Southbridge, and Sturbridge.  These are all Surrounding towns to Spencer Ma. If your child goes to private schools in Worcester, they are closed again.

This is why:

My Driveway in Spencer Ma

My Driveway in Spencer Ma

My Gas Grill

My Gas Grill

(Guess I won't Be Cooking for a while)

 

Deck in Spencer Massachusetts

My Deck in Spencer Massachusetts

This last snow storm has dumbed another 6-8 inches of fresh snow, and our total accumulation is Hip Height.  (I am 5'10")

However there are many folks here in Spencer and the Brookfields that are thrilled with all this snow.  We have many beautiful snowmobile riding trails, cross country ski trails, beautiful frozen lakes for snowmobiling, ice skating and ice fishing.  We are also less than 30 minutes to great skiing at Wachusett Mountain.

Thinking of moving to Spencer or of the Brookfields?

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 Pam Crawford

Pam Crawford, ABR,e-PRO®,CRS,CDPE,LMC

Owner, REALTOR®, Managing Partner, MBA, BSBA
RE/MAX Professional Associates

 

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Comment balloon 4 commentsPam Crawford • January 27 2011 07:45AM

Comments

Hi Pam,

Spencer, MA is no stranger to snow. Not sure if I left this comment on one of your previous posts, but I lived on Donnelly Cross Road in Spencer during the Blizzard of '78. The Town helped clear the driveways out with a really big Michigan loader. The snow the the end of the driveway was around twelve feet high. Thanks for posting these amazing photos!

Posted by John McCarthy, Realtor - Seacoast NH (Bean Group Portsmouth NH) about 7 years ago

John, I hope these photo's didn't make you miss this area too much.

Posted by Pam Crawford, Owner-RE/MAX Prof. Assoc.,MBA, CDPE, CRS, ABR (RE/MAX Professional Associates) about 7 years ago

I love the snow days!  More kids home, but we don't have to rush around starting as early in the morning.  :)  Bring on the snow cancellations and hurry up summer!  

Posted by Kathleen Cooper, EXIT Realty Partners - Broker, REALTOR® (Kathleen Cooper, Best Option-EXIT Realty Partners, REALTOR®) about 7 years ago

I love this Global warming stuff:)  Enough snow until 2012. UGH!

Posted by Conrad Allen, Webster, Ma, Realtor (Re/Max Professional Associates) about 7 years ago

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