And then… it snowed…

It's Monday November 27th at about 8pm in sunny old redmond - late afternoon it started snowing - you can see from the photo below that it's only a couple of inches of snow on the ground, this has brought the roads in/out of Redmond to a stand still - you can probably see that 148th (in the distance) isn't moving.

Looks like I'm going to be in the office for a while longer - choices are:

  1. Start work on the CE Remote Registry Diff tool I've been thinking about for a while smile_sarcastic

  2. Install Vista smile_whatchutalkingabout

  3. Start working on an MSDN WEPOS Virtual Lab (use the WEPOS device simulators in Virtual PC)

  4. Start walking (might be faster than driving).

Choices, choices...

- Mike

Comments (8)

  1. Todd says:

    I tried to leave at 7pm, and noticed the traffic out between 1 and 36 was horrible. So I put it off until 7:45 or so, and the traffic was still horrendous.

    It took me a good 20 minutes to make it to 40th street (a normal 30 second drive), but once I hit 40th street, traffic wasn’t bad at all. People were going slow, but they were moving. It took me maybe 15 minutes to make it to my place near "downtown" Sammamish.

  2. ce_base says:

    Meanwhile it was >70 degrees and sunny here in Atlanta.  🙂


  3. mikehall says:


    – Mike

  4. Bad weather in Seattle. Microsoft corporate campus and facilities shut down today. Loke and Mike complain

  5. While I was waiting for Vista and Office 2007 to install and for 148th to stop being packed with traffic

  6. Since I had a couple of hours to burn on Monday evening waiting for the snow bound traffic to clear I

  7. Late November 2006 we had a snow storm that pretty much brought the Bellevue/Redmond area to a stand-still.

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