The city of Boston and surrounding areas are experiencing a very tough winter. It’s been cold, somewhere between -2F and 25F (-19C – -4C), brutally windy, and we have had record snow falls. Snow plowing and snow removal from the city has been slow and painful, by far the worst in the ten years that I’ve lived here. Streets and major roadways are 20% to 30% narrower, sidewalks are mess, and street parking is impossible. Interestingly, Boylston Street was completely plowed and all snow was removed from it prior to the Patriots Super Bowl victory parade, but streets around Mass General Hospital, the biggest hospital in the state, were gridlocked for days due to snow.
I took a quick drive around Beacon Hill last night and snapped a few pictures with my trusty potato. Under the pile of snow pictured above is a vehicle of some kind. Rules of this game are simple, identify it; year, make, and model. I’ll be lenient and let you off the hook with regards to the engine specs. Hit the jump for a few more snowy pics.
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