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  1. Because I had seen so many news reports about the 79" Snow Depth in Andover, ME, And many other snow depth reports of 60"+, I decided to create a trip to see something that would stun me; a 5'-6' base. Maybe I'd see 15' to 20' snow banks on the side of the road. What do you do with 70"+ compacted of Snow!? Well...... it was ALL BS. I had one of the worst drives of my entire life into deep Maine, where there is no service to the point that you're navigation doesn't even know where your bubble is, there are no roads intersecting so you have no idea where you are even if you're smart, and there are hardly any people, hardly any houses, hardly any gas stations, hardly any ANYthing. All to see what I would say was..... 35" - 40" at MOST on the ground. Definitely saw more around our area in mid-February 2 years ago. I may NEVER Again do a Weenie Drive for depth.