16 inches was our snow total in our area from the recent blizzard. For at least a week any channel that spit out a weather report warned us what we were in store for. In my head i thought great i get to try some new toys in case we loose power or are stuck in for an extended amount of time. The plows were pulled off the roads due to drifting and no progress was being made. Great i get to play with gear! After day 2 of the storm i began digging out and letting kids play on a mountain i made. I then saw a neighbor of mine trenching his way through to us. He asked if i had any toilet paper since they ran out. Odd thing to ask for but i grabbed him some. After giving it to him he then asked if we had some coffee. Reluctantly i brought him some. He then said gee its a good thing someone was ready for this mess. The next day (still no plow through our roads yet) he came over again and asked for more coffee and if he cld borrow a snow shovel... I told him we ran out that morning and lent him a shovel. A week we knew of this and still people act like it came from nowhere. It makes me wonder in a shtf scenario could i be as hospitable to people ive known for years and possibly make myself a target. :soapboxrant: Anyone have a simliar experience during this blizzard?