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Too much snow and not enough shovelers?

There are rumblings coming from some neighborhoods that there were more people looking for help digging out than there were people offering their post-Snowpocalypse services -- whether it was doing somebody's driveway for a set price or volunteering to clear an elderly neighbor's sidewalk.

Kids these days.

Did you encounter a shortage? Or was it blizzard business as usual? (Or was it business as usual, but at a higher-than-usual price? [We've heard isolated reports of price gouging--what kind of prices were you quoted or hearing about?])

Were you (or your kids) offering your digging services?

I'd love to hear from you at dulacj@washpost.com.

By J. Freedom du Lac  | February 8, 2010; 1:11 PM ET
Categories:  Build-A-Story  
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