Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues 1/28 @ 5:53PM – Milk!

Tues 1/28 @ 5:53PM - Milk! I'm not sure what I'm going to find when I make it back to the milk section, but it certainly isn't this! This picture actually says a lot about how this storm has caught everyone by surprise. There should not be any milk visible in this picture. Of note, all the 2% milk is gone (actually, now that I look at this picture, I think the milk on the very far left with the red cap is 2% ... doh!!!)

Tues 1/28 @ 5:53PM – Milk! I’m not sure what I’m going to find when I make it back to the milk section, but it certainly isn’t this! This picture actually says a lot about how this storm has caught everyone by surprise. There should not be any milk visible in this picture. Of note, all the 2% milk is gone (actually, now that I look at this picture, I think the milk on the very far left with the red cap is 2% … doh!!!)

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