What to do with all of this snow?

Real Estate Agent with Client First, Realtors - Canton, MI


15" of pure white powdery snow have fallen on Michigan over the past week. Many are starting to wonder what they should do with all of the white stuff. Plymouth, Michigan has come up with a contest and a constructive idea, build snowmen. The challenge is to build the best snowman.

All Plymouth children are invited to e-mail a picture of their snowman by March 4 to sobsniuk@ci.plymouth.mi.us or drop off the picture to the recreation department office loacted at 525 Farmer ST. Make sure to include your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address.


The contest winner will be announced March 14!


Now get out there and make a snowman.

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Scott A. Petersen
Client First, Realtors


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Stanley Stepak
Howard Hanna - Avon Lake, OH - Avon Lake, OH
Realtor - Avon Lake, Avon, Bay Village, Westlake,

Wow and I thought we got snow here. Hey enjoy it. It has to really look beautiful out there.

Feb 06, 2011 03:43 PM #1
Carolyn Kolba
Serving Mentor, and all of Lake County, Ohio - Mentor, OH
Keller Williams Realty- Mentor, Ohio

Scott, there are so many areas of the country that have been suffering from extreme water shortages over the past few years.  It's too back you couldn't figure out some way to ship all that snow to them.

Feb 06, 2011 03:44 PM #2
Pam Joffe
Solaris Realty - Tampa, FL

Scott - Brrr. I think I will stay down here in warm and sunny Florida. Pam

Feb 06, 2011 03:47 PM #3
Fred Cope
Reliant Realty in Nashville, TN - Nashville, TN
Looking For Homes With A Smile

Scott, now how is it that global warming works?  Oh...

I could see some creative agent doing something with the snow and their sign...

"Free pick-up load of snow to the lucky person bringing an offer TODAY!!!"

"Recreational snow included..."

What I remember about my time in Michigan winters was the huge icesicles hanging from the soffit.

Hello to the great people of Michigan!!!

Feb 06, 2011 03:55 PM #4
Pat Tasker
Shorewest Realtors - Germantown, WI
Your Milwaukee Metro Area Agent (WI)

I was in LIvonnia 2 weeks ago, and drove through Ann Arbor and Plymouth, and thought they were such cute towns!!  We went back to Plymouth for dinner one night...such a nice downtown area with all those little white lights and quaint storefronts!

In Milwaukee, when we don't know what else to do with record snow, it gets dumped into Lake Michigan!

Feb 06, 2011 03:57 PM #5
Chris Alston
Chris Alston (Keller Williams Realty, Silicon Valley, California) - Campbell, CA
Silicon Valley, California

I think a snowman is just the right thing to do with all that snow!  :)

Feb 06, 2011 04:11 PM #6
Scott Petersen
Client First, Realtors - Canton, MI - Canton, MI

@Stan: Pretty to look at for a few days. I like how quiet it is right after it snows.

@Carolyn: I can see a day when water will be desired as an export more than our cars. 

@Solaris: I am hoping to come down to Flordia next month to see and feel the sun again!

@Fred: I think Al Gore has a lot of explaining to do.

@Pat: Glad you had a great time in Plymouth and A2 (Ann Arbor). Plymouth really is Norman Rockwell'esque.

@Chris: I think there can be some BIG snowmen made with all the snow.

Feb 07, 2011 01:57 AM #7
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